Information about the Island Night Lizard:
The Island Night Lizard can be found on three of the Channel Islands of California: San Nicolas Island, Santa Barbara Island and San Clemente Island. A small number of lizards also live on Sutil Island, near Santa Barbara Island. The Island Night Lizard was listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act in the United States since 1977. This lizard's preferred habitat is coastal scrub made up of dense boxthorn and cacti thickets. Like other night lizards, it bears live young rather than laying eggs. The island lizards are much larger than their cousins in the genus, the desert night lizards (Xantusia vigilis) of southern California. The lizards are typically between 2.6 and 4.3 inches in length, not including the tail. They typically live between 11-13 years, but some individuals are estimated to have lived 30 years or more.
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