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    Saw a small yellow lizard in garden today has any body know what kind it could be?

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    I must say newts do look a lot like small lizards and can have a yellowy/green colouring. Wondering if there any ponds in or near your garden bounce?

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    there is pond over the main road about 5 hundred yards away?

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    Sounds like a brexit, probably just fled Europe on the back of a lorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bounce View Post
    there is pond over the main road about 5 hundred yards away?
    I believe newts will travel large distances to find water so yes I'll vote for your lizard-like creature being a newt. How wonderful.

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    definitely sounds like a newt

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    Was it very drunk?
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    Unless of course it's a lizard.

    Although they're seldom seen.

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    Saw a lizard running accross the track from Blingery to Camster last summer. Ran too fast to be a newt I would say. It was pretty much the colour of old grass and would be well camouflaged in long grass.

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