Where Do Lizards Live?

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Lizards live in warm places, such as underground burrows. They are cold-blooded so their body temperature stays the same as that of the air around them. Most lizards have four legs and can run very fast or even swim.
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Lizards are generally to be found in deserts and tropical places. They gravitate to warm climates with dry areas and a large insect population on which they can feed. They may be found in Africa, North and South America, and Australia.
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