How Long Does It Take for a Lizard's Tail to Grow Back?

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A lizard can grow back its tail in as little as 3 months or as long as 2 years depending on the kind of lizard it is. Smaller lizards like the Broad-headed Skinks may lose their tails and grow then back while bigger lizards like the iguanas and Komodo Dragons never get a tail replacement when the original one is lost.
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