How Do Lizards Communicate?

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Lizards like many other creatures have their ways of communi8cation and it's only understood by them. A lizard will be seen popping its head up as if nodding. In many instances lizards do push-up like movements and head movements to show their dislike or disagreements for certain things
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia
Lizards are part of a group of animals known as reptiles. They are most closely related to snakes. In fact, some lizards look like snakes because they have no legs! Many lizards today resemble the ancient... More »
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One way in which lizards communicate, is with body language. You will see lizards bobbing their heads up and down and sticking up their scales on their neck and back from time to time. These are all signals that mean something to another lizard.
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