Monitor lizard makes itself at home in Phuket residence toilet

PUBLISHED ON THU, MAY 18, 2017 7:01 PM

Monitor lizard makes itself at home in Phuket residence toilet

Tanyaluk Sakoot

 

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PHUKET:-- A monitor lizard which was found taking a nap in the bathroom of a property in Kathu was captured and released back into the wild by members of the Khao Yai rescue team on Tuesday.

 

The Khao Yai rescue team, which is apart of Kathu Municipality, received notice about a monitor lizard sleeping in the bathroom of a house in the Sing Thao Thani village, Soi Namtok, Kathu at 11am on Tuesday (May 16).

 

Upon arrival at the property rescue workers were led to the bathroom where they found the monitor lizard measuring 1.65 metres in length and 21 centimeters wide.

 

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