Western fence lizard
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Western fence lizard

These lizards are diurnal, and are commonly seen sunning on paths, rocks, and fence posts, and other high places, which makes them an easy target for predation by birds and even some mammals, such as shrews. They can change color from light grey or tan to nearly jet black.
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