It is about time too. We have taken their habitat, their food sources and pushed them further away until there is not much left for them. We have locked them up for our pleasure, or for them to serve us. At last, at least for a few months more anyway, the tables have been turned. It is their turn to roam free while we are locked up.
It was a nice surprise to see this huge monitor lizard just resting in the hot sun in our back yard. It was as big as a komodo dragon. Thank God there was a fence to keep it out.
Monster of a lizard in my backyard
We never "kill" any of the wild life, just let them move in their own space.
Komdoa Dragons in Indonesia
We live beside a small rubber estate so these lizards, monkeys and snakes are common. In fact, we have our own resident junior monitor lizard who lives in our garden. It basks on the rocks in the sun (fantastic camouflage with the rocks) every afternoon and this drives Thory crazy.
Savvy K christened it Bobbi (probably after a past boyfriend ...haha.. joking Savvy K, I know you occasionally sneak into my blog).
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