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Galliwasps Alligator Lizards and Relatives: Anguidae - Diet

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These lizards will eat a number of different animals. They typically move very slowly, so their diet includes other slow-traveling things, such as snails, slugs, spiders, some insects, and other invertebrates (in-VER-teh-brehts), which are animals without backbones. When they eat vertebrates (VER-teh-brehts), which are animals with backbones, they tend to dine on bird eggs, baby rodents that are still in the nest, or other small animals, such as salamanders, that are not fast enough to get away.

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