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Getting Rid of Lizards

How do you get rid of a six-lined racerunner lizard?

By Karen T.

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June 4, 20110 found this helpful

My first question has to be, "Why would you want to get rid of the lizard?" All lizards catch and eat bugs of all sorts, and I can't think of anything they hurt. If it's in your house, then you might try to box it in so that you can remove it to outdoors, but I certainly wouldn't kill the creature. It will not hurt you in any way and are very interesting small wildlife. If I remember correctly, they are the fastest lizard we have in the US. Very attractive too.

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June 6, 20110 found this helpful

PookaRina is right and probably are more you just don't see them. I have one on the back porch and he lives under the refrig we keep out there and eats bugs and doesn't bother anything.

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June 7, 20110 found this helpful

I think they are so beautiful and cute.

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