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Sceloporus undulatus is a small lizard that is endemic to the United States. It is most commonly seen having a brown and white scaly body with distinct blue patches on its underbelly. These lizards can readily lose their tail, a process known as autotomy, and then regrow it. The species is commonly used in research projects ranging from habitat use to phylogenetic studies.

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