How long is a lizard's tail?
Depends on the lizard. As a defense mechanism in order to distract its predator lizards sevar their tails. The small green anole has a tail, only about four inches long, but it takes about two months to grow back. Meanwhile, a longer iguana tail might take more than a year to grow back.
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