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Uromastyx lizard

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Uromastyx Pet Species and Types - an Illustrated Guide

In this post, you will find out various types of pet uromastyx and species list with pictures, their size and which uromastyx make the best pet and more.

I miss my Izzy... Spiny Tailed Lizards (Uromastyx) are primarily herbivorous, but occasionally eat insects, especially when young. They spend most of their waking hours basking in the sun, hiding in underground chambers at daytime or when danger appears. They tend to establish themselves in hilly, rocky areas with good shelter and accessible vegetation.

Uromastyx - This spiky-tailed lizard of the desert can come in some bright colors. It can use its tail in defense but prefers to bask in peace.


The Uromastyx is a popular genus of North African and Middle Eastern lizards. These lizards are known for their docile nature and herbivorous tendency.

Uromastyx vs Bearded Dragon - Head To Head - YouTube

So you have decided that a medium-sized, agamid lizard is the right pet for you, but which one is the best? We pair two of the most popular agamids, the bear...

Uromastyx Health Issues and Signs of Sickness - Care Guides For Pet Lizards

In this post, you will find various health issues that uromastyx might suffer from, sickness symptoms, and tips to recognize health issues in uromastyx.

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U. aegyptia is one of the largest members of the genus, with average lengths of 76 cm (30 in) for males. It is a species of lizard in the family Agamidae. They can be found in Egypt, Libya, Palestine, Israel and throughout the Middle East but is rarely found today due to reduction of habitat. They live in dry, rocky areas. -Wiki #MagazooReptiles
Uromastyx geyri is a species of lizard belonging to the family Agamidae. -Wiki #MagazooReptiles
Egyptian Uromastyx aka Uromastyx aegyptia

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