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08-09-2018, 13:04   #1
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Lizzard

Just saw this lizzard, my dog attacked it and killed it. She found it hiding under a plant pot and acted swiftly. It's tail seemed to have been parted from it's main body. Just wondering as I'm concerned this was very close to the house, do I have a problem or could this have been a stray animal. A lizzard infestation is the last thing I want or need. I am in Donegal
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Just saw this lizzard, my dog attacked it and killed it. She found it hiding under a plant pot and acted swiftly. It's tail seemed to have been parted from it's main body. Just wondering as I'm concerned this was very close to the house, do I have a problem or could this have been a stray animal. A lizzard infestation is the last thing I want or need. I am in Donegal
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08-09-2018, 13:22   #3
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here is pic
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09-09-2018, 00:36   #4
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I'd say it's a common lizard

https://www.irelandswildlife.com/com...erta-vivipara/
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