Invasive Lizards are a Threat to Florida’s Native Reptiles, Researchers Say

Nature World: Invasive lizards are a threat to Florida's native alligators and turtles, researchers find. According to researchers at the University of Florida, The Argentine black and white tegu has already established itself in several parts of Florida and is now threatening the existence of alligators, crocodiles and turtles in the region. The lizard species, which can grow to four feet in length, is already seen in areas inhabited by Eastern indigo snake, Cape Sable seaside sparrow and gopher tortoise,......

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