From Teller County officials:

The Nile Monitor Lizard that had been missing since Monday in the Woodland West area was found tonight, July 20th, and returned to the owner.

 

3 Responses to Loose Lizard in Teller County Found

  1. Brian Tryon says:

    Thank god. I was loosing sleep over this. 🙂

  2. Kate says:

    Yay! Poor little (well, not so little) guy. Glad he’s safe.

  3. Alois Zuckerstatter says:

    Very reminiscent of Predator 2. A solution to a piece of fluff that cast a fart-puff shadow on my facebook wall. As the lovely Laetitia Sadier sung in a song;

    sir my chin
    has been getting rather hot lately
    so lick your chin stand on a tall building in the stiff breeze

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