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Wounded Lizard. Wait...LIZARD?

Saturday, 06 Nov 10 Overcast 18°C / 64°F

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Ok man. I’ve lived here by the beach for a long time. 10 years.

Not ONCE have I ever come across a lizard.

Anyway…this little guy just showed up outta freakin nowhere! And he had a very wounded tail. He was bleeding. Someone’s pet perhaps? Or someone’s food for another pet? I don’t know.

One thing I do know. I’m from Arizona. I grew up with all kinds of lizards n thangs.

A lizards bloody tail is nothing to worry about.

He sure was neat lookin! (despite the blood) He’ll be fine. It is better to be free with a wounded tail than to be food with an unwounded tail.


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  • halhurst

    halhurst wrote:

    Handsome devil- try to persuade him to stay and eat some bugs…

    Posted on 06 Dec 10 (about 4 years ago)

  • CityGypsy

    CityGypsy wrote:

    maybe he has made his home in the huge wall of vines that separates our yard from the next door neighbors. maybe by summer time 2011 he will be Godzilla!

    Posted on 08 Dec 10 (about 4 years ago)

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