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Old October 28th, 2009 #14
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[not just pythons in s. florida]

Boca Raton grapples with exploding iguana population: 'They'll never get rid of them,' expert says

By MISSY DIAZ

South Florida Sun Sentinel

Monday, October 26, 2009


http://www.palmbeachpost.com/localne...nas.html?imw=Y
Lizards everywhere

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Lizard Invasion
Scientists ponder the implications as a species native to Europe appears to be thriving on the south Island

They're sunning themselves at the Saanich Fairground and scampering on the walls of Wilkinson Road jail.
They're scurrying past Stelly's Cross Road and scaling Triangle Mountain.
Thousands of European wall lizards, a non-native species, are making this part of the world their home. It has left biologists wondering what effects they are having on B.C.'s native alligator lizard.

http://www.lacerta.de/Themengebiete/...in_Kanada.html
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