Replacement tails grow back in as little as three months or as long as two years.
Healing and regenerating the tail also takes a significant amount of energy, or protein, so lizards that have dropped their tail are at a greater threat for nutritional deficiencies. If the tail is going to regenerate, it should do so quickly, assuming that the level of supportive care is adequate.
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