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Re: Lizard in the Sink

LOL....now, that's the kind of critter I'd love to find in my house -
rather than dratted ants and the plague of fruit flies I seem to be
having this summer.

I have only seen a lizard (no idea what kind) around here once or
twice.  The few times I vacationed in the Caribbean, used to love the
little geckos that stuck to the ceilings; woulda' tried to bring one
home, but knew it would not be happy - talk about cute lil' guys.

Big question is how it GOT in your sink in the first place;-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> Ms. Fatma washes the dishes last thing in the PM. First thing in
the AM 
> [after making the coffee] I put them away. This morning when I
> the dish drainer [no mechanical washer here], I discovered an anole
> the sink. It was trying to get out, but the steep porcelain sides
> the sink continually thwarted its attempts. When the dishes were in
> their proper places, I removed the drainer. The anole became 
> stock-still; I grabbed it, carried it to the back door, and tried
> toss it outside. "Tried" is the controlling word here. It grabbed
> my index finger so tightly I had to pluck it off. I put it in the
> of a corkscrew croton next to the door. I locked the door as soon
as my 
> arm was again inside the house.

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