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Oklahoma State Reptile
Mountain Boomer or Collared Lizard
Adopted in 1969.
Collared Lizard (Mountain Boomer) Crotaphytus collaris. The Mountain Boomer, or Collard Lizard, is a pretty turquoise blue collar except for its head and neck, which is bright yellow with black stripes along its neck. It was adopted in 1969 as the Oklahoma State Reptile.
Key Characters: Large head; narrow neck; long, round tail; two black collars on the back of the neck.
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