Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Great detective work Lou!

Here is a report of a new species of  lizard being discovered.  

No, it wasn't found on a remote island.  It is heavily populated and largely deforested Luzon Island of Northern Philippines.

It isn't small and obscure.  It was a 6 foot, 6 inch freaking long monitor lizard.

It wasn't heavily camouflaged, as it is brightly colored.

It was even unknown.  The locals regularly eat them!

But yet, the  discovery of the monitor lizard was described as an 'unprecedented surprise' by scientists.

Great detective work there Lou!

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