What is another word for Genus Tupinambis?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs tjˈuːpɪnˌambɪs] (IPA)

Genus Tupinambis is derived from the Tupi language, which means "the lords of the land." This genus consists of large-bodied lizards, also referred to as tegus. They are found in South America and are regarded as apex predators in their habitats. Some common synonyms for Genus Tupinambis include Família Teiidae, Tupinambis rufescens, Tupinambis teguixin, and Tupinambis merianae. Tupinambis teguixin and Tupinambis merianae are the two species that are most commonly found in the pet trade. They are known for their intelligence and ability to form strong bonds with their owners.

Synonyms for Genus tupinambis:

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    Tupinambis

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