whiptail

NOUN
  1. any of numerous very agile and alert New World lizards
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  • White winged doves coo, and a whiptail lizard scurries across the gravel.
  • Shooters target primarily the red kangaroo, the eastern gray kangaroo, the western gray kangaroo, and the common wallaroo, with a smaller number of whiptail wallabies taken as well.
  • Several lizard species that are adapted to the exposed, sun-baked landscape of West Texas are indicative of the succulent desert shrubland: the round-tailed horned lizard, the checkered whiptail, and the greater earless lizard. Ecoregions of Texas (EPA)
  • In the world of the chequered whiptail lizard, there is no room for male chauvinism. Times, Sunday Times
  • So few people in our community seem to care about what is happening to desert animals like the roadrunners, rock squirrels, whiptail lizards and kangaroo rats, let alone the great diversity of desert plants, who live in these places. Sharing the earth with nature and surviving pandemics
  • Evolutionary modifications of the posterior Hox system in the whiptail lizard and corn snake. How to make a snake - The Panda's Thumb
  • But the New Mexico Whiptail, as well as several other all-female species of whiptail lizard, does reproduce, and all of its offspring are female. Unisexual Lizards | Impact Lab
  • With turquoise whiptail lizards running around and owls in the bunkers, we had to play very carefully. The Sun
  • Several additional reptile species are near-endemics, including Drakensberg rock gecko (Afroendura niravia), giant spinytail lizard (Cordylus giganteus), and Breyer's whiptail (Tetrodactylus breyeri) (Branch 1998). Highveld grasslands
  • There are several species of New Mexico whiptail lizards that reproduce exclusively by parthenogenesis. Sparks
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