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tegu

skink-like lizards of the Americas; many genera and species including Tupinambis teguexin.
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tegu pole just vahetu kodukaitsega, kipub riskantseks sAaAaAeA jategevuse aldis olema ikka pigem meeste noorem, vAaAaAeAniksemate perekondlike ja majandusli kohustustega osa.
During mating season, researchers saw a rise in morning heart rate and body temperature, suggesting that tegu lizards have an unusual ability to produce and sustain body heat.
Archie the tegu lizard with his reptile friend, Rocky, a bearded dragon
The manutacturing process at Tegu also aligns "old-world" tactics with the 21st century.
Colette Pawan, of Swansea, is reunited with her beloved Archie, a 5ft-long tegu lizard normally only found in South America
COME ON DOWN: Andi Harper from Kirkleatham Owl Centre with one of the snakes, left, and Tank, a black and white tegu, far left Pictures by DOUG MOODY
According to Nage oral history, clan segmentation and dispersal began with the abandonment of the ancestral village of Nata Nage, when different segments of previously united clans Tegu, Gawi, and Sodha, and perhaps others besides, moved out to found separate, new and smaller villages especially in what are now the central Nage desa called Nata Nage and Nage Sapadhi.
ANIMAL MAGIC: Deigo the Argentine tegu lizard visits Hepworth Junior School with his handler Jay Gunn and meets (from left) Ondine Eyre, Oliver Peters, Thomas Armitage and Molly Bushby Picture by Peter Cottle (PC090608Ehepworth-2)
The Red Data Book of Costa Rica (2005) includes one species of amphibian, Silverstoneia nubicola and the snakes Boa constrictor and Clelia clelia as well as the Water tegu, Neusticurus apodemus as threatened species.
Ascending connections to the forebrain in the tegu lizard.
The effects of early experience on subsequent feeding responses in the tegu, Tupinambis teguixin (Squamata: Teiidae).