Tiger Whiptail
(Aspidoscelis tigris)

Tiger Whiptail

Tiger whiptails measure 2-5 inches in body length with a tan, brown or reddish body color. They have dark linear stripes along their body as juveniles which eventually turn into a more blotchy or spotted pattern as adults. These are common lizards that occur in various desert habitats, but they are usually most common in areas where there is plenty of open space for running and occasional shrubs and rocks for cover. They eat a variety of insects, spiders, bugs and beetles.

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