Monday, March 23

The Cachora

The cachora is called the zebra-tail lizard in English. This is how you can tell male and female cachoras apart. Males have a pair of black or blue blotches on the belly.
Females have no blue patches and their black bars are either faint or completely absent. They are diurnal (they like the daytime). They can even run on their
hind legs for a short distances. In summer 2 to 8 eggs are laid hatching anywhere from July to November.

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