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Re: Snake, now lizard

I remember those from my chidhood - like the night my grandfather found
one inside his pillowcase.  I also remember that the cat would throw up 
after he ate one.

In a message dated 10/07/2005 6:54:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Are they the ones that change color (from green to brown and back) depending 
on the color of their surroundings?  They range from Key West at least to 
Hattiesburg, MS.  If that's the kind, they are totally harmless, easily 
hypnotized, and make great earrings.  The old people in Key West do, 
however, say that it's not good for a cat to eat a lot of them.

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