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If You See This Giant Lizard in Your Town, Call the Authorities

Best Life Logo By Allie Hogan of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: In the final act of 2020, giant dog-sized lizards, not native to the U.S., are invading the Southeastern part of the country. These four-legged creepy crawlers, which can grow up to four feet in length, are known as Argentine black-and-white tegus. And after either escaping or being released from captivity, the lizards are swarming some U.S. states, which could prove to be a significant problem for vegetation and local wildlife, according to National Geographic.Tegus are considered an invasive species. If you see one of these lizards roaming around town, you should call the proper authorities for your region. Keep reading to learn more about these lizards, and for information on other troubling creatures you could come in contact with, If You See This Bug, You May Have to Quarantine.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You See This Giant Lizard in Your Town, Call the Authorities

In the final act of 2020, giant dog-sized lizards, not native to the U.S., are invading the Southeastern part of the country. These four-legged creepy crawlers, which can grow up to four feet in length, are known as Argentine black-and-white tegus. And after either escaping or being released from captivity, the lizards are swarming some U.S. states, which could prove to be a significant problem for vegetation and local wildlife, according to National Geographic.

Tegus are considered an invasive species. If you see one of these lizards roaming around town, you should call the proper authorities for your region. Keep reading to learn more about these lizards, and for information on other troubling creatures you could come in contact with, If You See This Bug, You May Have to Quarantine.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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