15 facts about Yellow spotted lizard

Yellow spotted lizard
11.Yellow spotted lizards give birth in June and July.
Typically, five to eight young are born in a single litter.
12.Terrain is their primary habitat.
They can also be found on tree trunks or beneath bark, rock crevices and caves.
13.They are primarily nocturnal animals.
Yellow-spotted lizards tend to hunt and mate during the night but sometimes can be spotted during the day. Although they are ectothermic organisms, they do not bask in the sun.
14.There are four subspecies of yellow-spotted tropical lizards.
  • Lepidophyma flavimaculatum flavimaculatum,
  • Lepidophyma flavimaculatum ophiophthalmum,
  • Lepidophyma flavimaculatum tehuanae,
  • Lepidophyma flavimaculatum tenebrarum.
15.They are not an endangered species.
IUCN classifies those animals as LC (least concern).

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