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More than 500 people — along with dozens of dogs, cats, a lizard and a monkey — took shelter at the Max Bowl bowling alley, general manager Jeff Tolliver said.
Find out how Lazarus lizards invaded our backyards and what life is like for a minor league baseball player.
Like many parts of the world during the most recent ice ages (the last of which ended about 12,000 years ago), Australia had its share of weird giant animals, including a supersized relative of the Komodo dragon, today’s largest land lizard.
Just off the coast from Adelaide, Kangaroo Island’s year-old, 38-mile hiking trail takes wanderers along rugged coastlines and through forests inhabited by wallaby, large lizards and, the island’s namesake, kangaroo.
The two courses of action — neutering investigations into himself, and ordering them against Democrats — seem to be linked in Trump’s lizard brain.
This stinger can be used for food-stunning or deterring predators—including coyotes, birds, lizards, and snakes.
And then there's the big lizard: a dozen Godzilla movies, starting with (but don't be judged by) the 1998 Americanized reboot.
Cardoza stood on a wooden box performing a type of tap dance, while another member tossed out a red scarf, then crawled on the ground like a lizard.
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