If you are just a beginner in the field of owning a lizard, make sure to research all the important information first on how to care for pet lizards before you set off to buy one. There are various species of lizards that you could own, some look better than others while some look meaner or scarier than others.. Don't make the mistake of getting one simply because it looks cool or because it looks scary and you can use it to play pranks on your little sister.
If you have kids, then think about getting a leopard gecko, water dragon or bearded dragon as not all lizards are ideal pets for children. Make sure you teach your kids how to take care of the lizard and supervise them in the beginning to ensure they handle them correctly.
The feeding of a pet lizard is extremely essential. Some lizards eat insects, while others consume just leaves. Some lizards are omnivorous and can eat plants, small animals and also insects. So, make sure you know what to feed your lizard when you are purchasing it. However, it is recommended that you adopt just those lizards that are easy to handle and look after.
Chameleon - Chameleons are cool. There isn't much else to say, but they're also quite difficult to keep. They need special requirements and can get very sick if they're not properly cared for. Leave this to the more experienced reptile owners. Bearded dragon - the most popular lizard kept as a pet, and for good reason. This is the best choice for a child. Anole - See above. Good for space, but children must see it as more of a "fish" and not a pet they can really interact with.
You would think that geckos have suction cups on their feet because they can walk up walls and the sides of glass aquarium tanks. But there are no suction cups. Instead, they have microscopic hairs on the pads of their feet that can fit into the smallest openings, even those a human can't see. Their toes bend the opposite direction of a human's finger. The exception to the pads is the Leopard Gecko, which has claws instead. This makes it easier for it to climb the sides of trees.
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