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O.K. ya'll I found this lizard in my house this morning. Now, there ARE
lizards in Oklahoma but you don't normally SEE them unless you are out
in the woods or around rocks. Down south they hang out on and around
your house, on the windows, etc. But not here. ANYWAY...I'm trying to
find out what kind it is and what it eats and whether or not I should
let it go outside (will it freeze?) or keep it through the winter and
let it go in the spring? It is long and thin, shiny, army green color
with a dark strip down each side. It's not very big but it's about 3 1/2
inches long. What to do?

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