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Jean    Posted 10-23-2002 at 14:33:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Help, I live in Florida and at night we have lizards that have fould away of getting up under our outside molding and have gotten into the house. ( Between the brick and wood) This is not just a couple, I have counted one night 26 running under my boarder.

Any suggestions???????????/

DHunter n NOLa    Posted 10-24-2002 at 03:10:20       [Reply]  [No Email]
When I was living in the far East(Sumatra, Borneo, Singapore) we used to have small lizards that chirped like birds. They are called Che-chuks. We just left them alone because they kept the insect population in check.

Lonewolf_pa    Posted 10-23-2002 at 20:15:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
I suggest you watch where you walk, maybe think about naming them? LOL

I know..... I'm no help at all!

ray    Posted 10-23-2002 at 19:46:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
I lived in Morrocco as a kid when my Dad was in the Navy. We had geckos throughout the house. Used to watch them skitter across the ceiling at night. We loved them and assumed they kept the bug population down. I caught one of those large cameleons and let it loose in the house; it ate bugs and some of the geckos. Mom wasn't pleased with the noticable droppings from the larger lizard, so out it went.

JoeK    Posted 10-23-2002 at 15:56:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Something like "Great Stuff"foam caulking sealer should plug up the cracks..available at hardware and home stores.

Smitty    Posted 10-23-2002 at 14:51:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
When I was in Ha. in 1946 all homes had lizzards in them to control the bug problem that happens in the tropic. You might not want to get rid of all of them and I am sure you have a simular bug problem in Fla. That's if the lizzards are not too big.
Good Luck

Jen    Posted 05-27-2004 at 19:26:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
My cat has something wrong with his tongue and I heard that certain lizards in Fl.can be poisonous to cats and dogs.I think he may have gotten mixed up with one,but I'm not sure.I'm trying to save my cat and I'm not sure what to do.He is drooling and can't seem to eat or drink.It's been like this for one day.

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