Saw a few of these little guys while working in the yard today. They don’t hurt anything and catch lots of bugs.
Liz-zar-dist ‘liz-erd-dist n [derived fr. ME liserd, fr. MF laisarde]: of or pertaining to the suborder (Lacertilia) of reptiles. A collector or aficionado of lizards. One that specializes in the scientific study of lizards. Anything descriptive of lizards.
Lizard in training: Mr. Hugo Gulfredsen, of Lakeview Springs, Georgia claims to have trained several lizards. One of which is Sam 437, a common anole lizard.
“Sam 437 has performed simpler tasks–retrieving small objects and pushing buttons for rewards,” Said Mr. Gulfredsen.
“These little critters can get pretty ornery when they spot a rival. However, turning regular faucets on and off could prove difficult without modifications. Lizards, even the smaller varieties, are strong for their size. We’ll work on fabricating a smaller faucet for Sam 437.”
–Image, Craig Roberts–