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Gila Monsters & Beaded Lizards

Heloderma, the only genus of the family Helodermatidae, consists of venomous lizards native to the southwestern United States, Mexico and as far south as Guatemala and includes two separate species, with six subspecies. Large, stocky, slow-moving reptiles that prefer semi-arid habitats, their tails are short and used as fat storage organs.

Helodermatids are carnivorous, preying on rodents and other small mammals, and eating the eggs of birds and reptiles. They are oviparous, laying large clutches of eggs.

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