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Tump

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So cute. I love to save 15% on my car insurance

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What does a snake shedding its skin have to do with an insurance company ? Lol

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thats a blue tailed skink. its a lizard ;)

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Cool! I gotta a couple if those living in my front yard, sometimes they're on the front of my house B)

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I has a plague of them. Very pretty. Be careful of brown ones they have poison bites 

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23 minutes ago, Tump said:

I has a plague of them. Very pretty. Be careful of brown ones they have poison bites 

Not too sure about that think only Gila and komotos have toxic bites.

Brown ones are female.

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They make you sick if you bite them but no problem if they bite you. 

I have ba-zillions of them too.

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I don't even wanna know how you found that out.

When I lived in t.x we had a gecko infestation literally 100s under my porch lights. Everynight. At least I never had a ant or fly problem. They ate them all. I'd let my Argentine tegu lose and she would eat as many as she could catch.

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