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    Posted: 23 Jun 2017 at 4:45am

Found dried up in a Devon house. Almost certainly Common Lizard, I think, but could the shape of the head suggest Wall Lizard?No automatic alt text available.
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no pic i'm afraid richard
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Sorry. I think it is definitely Zootoca.
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Just to help things along a bit here is an enhanced image. In any event, yes definitely a male Zootoca

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