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Yvonner1994

  1 month ago

I See Your Cicadas, Moth, Koala, Bluetongue Lizard, Possums and Menagerie of everyone's Backyard Wildlife and Raise you an Indoor Skink!

No it's not a new Species but a very lively Skink we were trying to catch in our Living Room for about an hour.

It was like a skit from Keystone Cops here this afternoon. Furniture upturned, rugs crumpled, language your drunk Uncle might use.. you get the picture.

Haven't moved this fast since.. well never mind.

Anyway Your Move!
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melhellway

  1 month ago
It looks like a gecko.. they normally stay up the ceilings or some corners in the house. you’ll see a lot of it in Asia in different colours.. they’re harmless and eat insects inside your house especially small spiders..hope I’m right that it’s a gecko. Reply
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WoodyP

  1 month ago
Did you get him? Reply
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ForeverYoung50

  1 month ago
Welcome to the jungle! And you've perfectly described the situation... when FY sees a mouse! :-o Reply
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teanne

  1 month ago
The snakes are out
Front door boundary they want to flout
And flying roaches too
Make me think of you
So Yvonner what you got to panic about
Happy to swap Yvonner
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KT051

  1 month ago
I would of been out of there, not a fan of geckos or anything bigger. Reply
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Sampler

  1 month ago
Thanks for the laugh Yvonner, I can just picture it! I can picture it quite clearly actually because I saw one in our letterbox last week! I lifted the flap and he ran out - and I ran in the opposite direction slamming the flap down in the process. I don't know who got the bigger fright - him or me!? I was expecting snail mail - not lizard mail! Reply
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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago
We have 2 resident Potoroos Reply
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maxree

  1 month ago
We have plenty of the them especially in the wet weather. Reply
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braunhi1

  1 month ago
I would leave this one for hubby as I would be out of that house as quickly as possible and not come back until proof of it being caught. Reply
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aussiemoneycollectables

  1 month ago
I call them all Drop Tails. I have heaps of them here, all out side. Never pick them up by the tail, as it drops off. (true.) They do grow a new one in time.
The Brainy Boys were trying to get the DNA on them so they could work out the thread in the regrowth. (hope, for Human use.)
Loose a Leg grow a new one. Makes sense.
They eat Flies/ants/little bugs/ Be good house pet (the do not make a mess.
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