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    kellyfair's Avatar
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    Lizards and SWGs

    So, apparently my SWG is becoming THE hot spot in town for lizards... There has been at least one sitting on it for the last several nights, but only as it gets close for the time for it to turn on. An hour ago? Nothing. Now, with less than 30 minutes left:

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    And this was a couple of nights ago, after it started up:

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    I feel like I should put out tiny dishes of fly parts, or whatever the lizard equivalent of bar snacks might be!
    Kelly, Tampa FL
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    Re: Lizards and SWGs

    hahaha, that's funny!

    Maybe they like the bubble show and a bit of animal magnetism.
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    Re: Lizards and SWGs

    It's the warmth. Lizards are cold blooded and attracted to warmth at night when the air cools a bit.
    Matt
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    Re: Lizards and SWGs

    I don't have that problem, I have the feline lizard removal system.

    Very effective...
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