Not that I want to encourage your kids to go digging under rocks (that is apparently, your husband's job :) !) but I used to find little lizard eggs, place them in a terrarium, and hatch them (I let the babies go though... I couldn't find food small enough for them. It was neat to watch over them. Baby lizards are cute!
I am trying to prevent them from digging under rocks so they don't find a cobra or something but the gardener is aiding and abetting their quest to capture and torment the wildlife. This little one was released safely with it's tail still attached.
A great and surprising sequence.
What an amazing find! But it seems so delicate. Hope it was safely released back after its "adventure."
Oh, that is so cool!!!! I keep thinking what a blast it must be for your kids to live in Malawi! I know first hand that emigrating is hard, but I just put myself in your kids shoes and I imagine the incredible adventures and challenges that every day can represent for them.I hope you guys are having the best time. Thanks for visiting my blog!My WW post, here.
Amazing photos of the teeny, tiny, itty bitty lizard!!! I'm going to be on the better look out for lizard eggs! I like the terrarium idea!
That is the smallest lizard I have ever seen. It certainly seems like they are not going to run out of fun discoveries in the backyard.
wow I've never seen such a tiny lizard, looks like there's a whole lot to discover, thanks for sharing such an awesome image.
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