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Re: Lizzard needs help.


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Posted by Crystall on November 15, 2002 at 12:40:42:

In Reply to: Lizzard needs help. posted by rsdrum on November 15, 2002 at 08:57:15:


I wouldnt worry too much about it, just enjoy his company. Whether you know it or not, there are more than likely more than one lizard in your house. They will eat the bugs that are in your house, so just think of him as your pest control :)
as for water, he'll find it somewhere. Dont worry.


:I live on the Ga./Fl. borderline and in this area there lizzards everywhere especially the summer. Recently weve had a cool snap in the temperature and a lizzard has found his way into our house probably escaping the cold.
:He looks like a Gekko that you see on the Geico commercials but I'm not sure what they are exactly.
:What can I do about this guy's situation? Do they hibernate in the winter? what do they eat?
:First I've got to catch him but he seems content on the curtain by the window right now, although I know he won't survive in here without food or water. Any ideas? Thanks for any help.





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