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Montana 'yotes. They helped me with my ground squirrel eradication program.
Mom huntin' and Dad got away from the family and took a nice roll in the grass.
They are tough and prolific little buggers. These two raised 5 pups. A couple of 'em got too 'chicken curious' and my thermally equipped and suppressed neighbor got the rest.

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Montana 'yotes. They helped me with my ground squirrel eradication program.
Mom huntin' and Dad got away from the family and took a nice roll in the grass.
They are tough and prolific little buggers. These two raised 5 pups. A couple of 'em got too 'chicken curious' and my thermally equipped and suppressed neighbor got the rest.

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Awww, nice doggie. He wants someone to rub his belly!
 
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That would set the wife off I think. MY wife. I always loved lizards. Use to hunt them and keep 'em as pets. Hard as heck to catch. Blue Belly and Whiptail/leopard lizards.
Me too. When I was a kid, there was a log that bordered the neighbors back yard with the woods and I could always find some lizards hanging out in that log during the summer.
Don't know what kind.
They were tan with black rectangular spots on its back.
About 4"-6" long.
I know most had no issues climbing out of a 3 gallon plastic bucket.

EDiT: Never mind, I looked it up. NW Alligator Lizard. Never heard of that one, but the pictures definately prove that's what they were.
 

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