Eat them roaches!
You can see this is quite a large lizard, since those shelves are made out of
six-inch-wide floor boards.
So that’s really more like 5.125 inch, but that lizard is quite a bit longer than that.
Eat more bugs, lizard, and get bigger!
Found this large lizard (at least seven inches long) in a large tub of water.
He couldn’t seem to get out, so I set him on the side.
After a while he went on his way.
I guess it had been there a while:
Pictures of a dried lizard by John S. Quarterman, Lowndes County, Georgia, 20 September 2011.
She did not like it in the sink.
She likes it fine but where she drinks.
Not with water, it would get wet!
In a glass with leaves, it can’t get out.
The lizard didn’t like the leaves.
“I’m a carnivore,” it said.
“Thanks for the water,” and
“Could you let me out to play?”
So we let it out,
but it thanked Gretchen first.