Wildlife in your house.

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    dogbone

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    Post your inhouse wildlife shots here. No caged animals.

    A small lizard got into the house via a piece of wood last week. I was a bit concerned that it would disturb the huntsman spiders that also roam around. However it seems to have settled itself inside the lining of the curtains.

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    Boggle

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    Excellent. I'm pretty sure it's good luck to have lizards around the place.
     
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    Electro Funk

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    really?

    in that case i shall have good luck the rest of my life! :cool:

    probably 1-200 lizards on and around my property on any given day...

    Edit: There is one sitting on the screen watching me type right now! :eek:
     
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    I hope it's not one of those mafia recruited keylogging lizards.
     
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    OK, liz came out of the curtain today and jumped on someones shoulder, so we took this opportinity to immortalise her in this thread.
     

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    I think that's a skink of some sort. Pretty cool! There's so many varieties, but a Google search with your state name may give you a definitive ID.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that its good luck too, but i know that they keep some pesky bugs at bay, especially mosquitos and things like that.
     
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    Get its tail it will grow back and will be a good luck charm

    DONT IT IS CRUEL AND MEAN
     
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    :eek:

    edit: sorry, i didnt see the white text
     
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    I wish we had coins with holes in them. :(
     
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    This little guy was in my house the other day. He was quite cheery and after he cleaned himself bid me adieu and retired to the backyard fernery.

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    Natrix natrix. or ring snake (i guess it is)

    Not exactly in my house, but in in my garden. The white wall behind it is my house.

    Actually it´s the first time i´ve seen a snake in my area (Austria, Eisenstadt) uncaged.

    edit: .Andy, thats a great lil bugger :)
     
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    Whoa, über cool snake!
     

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