Discussion in 'Herp Photos' started by jacky, Apr 27, 2005.
Yep, they can be moody.
Yes that is what they are called here as well. I always wondered how they got that name.
Nobody could ever explain that to me either!
Maybe not only are they poisonous, maybe they make thunder as well!
Well my curiosity got the better of me. It seems that the source of the name was the lizard being credited as the maker of strange loud noises that came from the rocks.
Lordy look at the mouth on that one I think I'll stick to my Iggie.
Thanks for some info. regarding them. Its great to learn new things.
Im actually sitting here trying to not laugh out loud as its 5:30 am here and the family is sleeping. Im just now getting ready to got to bed I have been up all nite sewing my daughter (Nicole) her first prom dress! But I had to check in here before I hit the hay. Now I just have to make myself get off the computer!
Anyway Thanks for some great and fun info.
Beleive me Nat! Given a choice of being bitten by an iguana or a collared lizard,...
I'll take the collared ANY DAY!
What kind of teeth does the Collard lizard have?
I thought they might be like an Iguana's, since I couldnt really see any teeth in the pic., I assumed they resembled an Ig's teeth
However I will heed your warning. Thanks Merlin
Similar to an iguana but much smaller. Smaller lizard, smaller teeth!
I never had a collared bite that brought blood. They just clamped down and held on!
Did have some pressure though!
I have had collared bite with blood, not gushin, but dots, much like a 2-3 foot snake bite. Much more pressure tho, I would rather be bitten by a 5 or 6 foot snake.
Yes they DO have some jaw muscles!
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