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te·gu

 (tĭ-go͞o′)
n.
Any of several large swift teiid lizards of the genus Tupinambis of Central and South America, usually having black and yellow, white, or red markings.

[Portuguese tejú, from Tupí teyú.]

tegu

(ˈtɛɡʊ)
n
(Animals) a large lizard of the genus Tupinambis, native to South America
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A diverse assortment of fauna makes it home in dry forests as well, including foxes, songbirds, woodpeckers, parrotlets and reptiles such as iguanas, snakes, and ground lizards, including the rare Peru Desert Tegu (Dicrodon spp.
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Activity and ranging behavior of the red tegu lizard Tupinambis rufescens in the Bolivian Chaco.
17) Sama mAaAaAe arendas edasi Juhan Luiga, kes tAaAaAeA i vAaAaAeAnlja kolm argumenti: Vytama kroonika loetelus, mille kAaAaAeA ik AaAaAeA lejAaAaAeAnAaAaAeAnnud nimed esinevad kroo mujal; sAaAaAeA na suis ("tema oma") nAaAaAeAnitavat, et tegu oli AaAaAeA he isikuga nimede Lembitus ja Vytamas vahel olevat hilisem lisand,
Fears were growing for Loki, an Argentine giant tegu, as the cold blooded reptile is unable to withstand cold temperatures.
Loki the Argentine giant tegu has not been spotted since he escaped through the back door on Sunday.
Testosterone and reproductive activity in the male Tegu lizard, Tupinambis merianae.
Despite their cold-blooded reputation, tegu lizards boost their body heat while on the prowl for a mate, biologists report online January 22 in Science Advances.
The species most frequently mentioned by the studied community were three-banded armadillo (Tolypeute stricinctus; Linnaeus, 1758): 217 mentions; Argentine black and white tegu (Salvator merianae; Dumeril et Bibron, 1839): 100 mentions; and red-cowled cardinal (Paroaria dominicana; Linnaeus, 1758): 30 mentions (Appendix 1).
AColette Pawan, 34, shares her bed with tegu lizard Archie and takes him supermarket shopping.
Beyond turning a profit, Tegu is a vehicle in the fight against poverty and inhumane working conditions in Honduras, where the toys are produced.