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    A lizard might not be the correct term for what i found on a shoe. It was about 2 or 3" a browny green colour. Wish i had taken a picture of it before i put it outside in a bush.

    Anyone any idea what it was?

    It has re-appeared on the wall not so here is a photo
    http://flic.kr/p/a8377t
    Last edited by gerry4; 29-Jul-11 at 11:47.

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    looks like a common lizzard that has lost part of its tail..
    http://itqueries.com/

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    yes common (wall) lizard with part of its tail missing.they drop their tail when attacked.

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    Thanks folks for the help. Never thought they would live this far north but it seems they are also found in the Arctic. Learn something new every day

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