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Credit: NPSSource: Pipe Spring National MonumentOne of the most frequently seen lizards at Pipe Spring. Desert Spiny lizards perch on tree trunks, rocks and fences, waiting for ants, beetles, and other prey. They can be seen basking on Pipe Spring’s walkways as well. They are thick-bodied lizards and have a dark, wedge shaped marking at their neck.