Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Habitat and Range of Bipedal Lizards

In this post, I will describe the habitat and range of these unknown bipedal lizards, including the geographical regions they live in, the environments they inhabit, and the places where they are most likely to be found. 

Sightings of these creatures are reported widely. In North America, they range from as far north as Wyoming to as far south as southern Mexico and possibly even Central America. They have been sighted as far west as Utah and as far east as Georgia and South Carolina. 

They live in diverse habitats, from deserts to swamps. However, one thing that is always consistent about these creatures is that they are associated with the presence of water. They are constantly seen around rivers, lakes, reservoirs, etc.

Therefore, the places where they are most likely to be found would probably be bodies of water surrounded by sparsely-populated wilderness areas. This is also probably where a cryptozoologist would need to go if he or she wanted to search for them.


1 comment:

  1. Interesting, although it is important to note that if they have such wide ranges we should be receiving more reports and evidence. But it is true that, as reptiles, they wouldn't require as much food for energy and thus wouldn't be as active. I wonder if, since they seem to generally have habitats near water, some of the "lizard men" reports are bipedal lizard inspired.