Gila Monster Eating 
In the Old West , the pioneers believed a number of myths about the Gila monster, including that the lizard had foul or toxic breath and that its bite was fatal. [19] The Tombstone Epitaph of Tombstone, Arizona , wrote about a Gila monster that a local person caught on May 14, 1881:Gilas are easily maintained on a diet of mice or young rats (freshly killed or frozen-thawed). Feeding commercial eggs to Gilas should be avoided due to the risk of Salmonella. To entice a reluctant feeder to eat, the snout of a mouse can be dipped in pasteurized egg whites.

Gila Monster Eating

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