Absolutely. Most lizards hibernate in the winter because it’s too cold for a cold blooded animal to survive. Typically lizards hibernate in a burrow underground. They go into a very deep sleep and their body temperature lowers, although they may come out for a bit on days when it’s relatively warm.
Hibernation can be scary for lizard owners who don’t know about it. More than one lizard enthusiast has mourned a motionless, unresponsive pet who suddenly came back to life when the temperature was warmed!
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