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Old Oct 6, 2010, 10:31 PM   #1
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It took me a little while to realize this lizard was sitting there. Not for my dog, as these pics would show:
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Old Oct 6, 2010, 10:33 PM   #2
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Hi Raghu,

Your pics tell a cute story. Thanks for posting them.

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Old Oct 7, 2010, 7:53 AM   #3
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Those are great shots! I think he'd like to invite Lizzy out for a bite.
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Very nice!
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That's great! I've never seen a lizard like that around where I live. What part of the world was this taken? Are these from a single shot cropped 3 different ways or, are they 3 separate shots?
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Thanks to all for looking and comments. 1. These are three different shots; all have been cropped. 2. This type of lizard is very common in India. 3. Clint - I sort of expected that comment! (like having him for lunch). Glad you all liked the photos.
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When I used to have cats, they often ate the lizards that sunned on the deck.
Never seen a dog eat one but that's a tail for another day.
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India! No wonder! That's really great, I love these forums where you see posts from all over the world! IT at it's best.
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This dog doesn't eat, but loves to chase, catch and dismember anything that crawls within his sight - lizards, skinks, butterflies, insects, squirrels, everything. He even attempts to catch crows. Fortunately for us, he is short and hence doesn't jump the compound wall.
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Umm dogs eating lizards is bad! I lost a dog due to him eating one and we didn't want to put it to sleep so I really wouldn't advise it.
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