Unblinking, red eye focussed, single tooth bared.
Bell's Dabb Lizard mainly eat small plants and flowers, if there happen to be some in their dry dry deserts. Occasionally they eat little insects or seeds, but only if nothing else is at hand or when not yet of age and not so experienced.
Their tail is very thick, coarse and covered in large spiked plates, might a real predator show up. Beauty in the eye of the beholder.
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