Lizard, The

Lizard, The,

peninsula, Cornwall, SW England. Its southern extremity (the southernmost point of Great Britain) is called Lizard Point or Lizard Head. The coast has colored serpentine rocks, small coves and bays, wave-hollowed caves, islets (e.g., Asparagus Island), and dangerous reefs. Two lighthouses and a satellite earth station are on the peninsula.
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The world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, has excellent vision and speed, seeing as far away as 985 feet, and running up to 13 miles per hour.
To protect the lizard, the Protected Area Management and Biodiversity Conservation Section (PAMBCS) of the DENR recommended the declaration of parts of this town's river, where the lizards live, as a critical habitat.
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"I looked at it and I went, 'No.' "Each and every time you see the Lizard, the technology is so advanced that when the Lizard's eyes move, they're my eyes.
As the Texas Conservation Plan is still in the early stages and research is still being conducted on the endangerment of the lizard, the comptroller's office and the Endangered Species Task Force are hoping to have some sort of answer to the Texas General Land Office and the public by late fall.
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In the field, we tossed pebbles within proximity of foraging adult lizards and if the pebble landed within ~0.5 m of the lizard, the lizard would almost always lunge toward the pebble.
After the conditioning period was over, the conditioning lizard, the food and water dishes, and the cardboard partition were removed and a single A.
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