Reptiles That Start With M

Mexican Beaded Lizards can be found dwelling in hot, dry regions, where they use their venom to catch small prey like mice and snakes.

Mud turtles, on the other hand, are quite adept at camouflaging themselves with the dark-colored wetlands near swamps, marshes and ponds. Lastly, Monitor Lizards, although quite large in size, mostly feed on insects and fruits rather than preying upon animals or humans.

These three magnificent scaly species beginning with M can be admired from a distance or even kept as pets – either way making them an interesting addition to our planet’s animal kingdom!

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Cristian Gonzalez

Howdy! I created this website to learn all about the amazing creatures that are the animals. I have two cats called Santiago and Valentina.
By Cristian Gonzalez •  Updated: 02/05/23