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    Taken on Friday at Lwwt. The next to last is a male who has grown a new tail, the last one is a pregnant female who has lost her tail.
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    Lovely shots, and great explanations, Joe!

    That second shot is really special!

    Haven't seen any Lizards this year yet.

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    If you know where they are, look for pieces of wood that have some foliage by them but can get the sun to warm them up.

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    Thanks for the tip, Joe!

    The last time I saw one was at Bucklers Hard, next to the hide which overlooks the river marshes. It was sunning itself on top of a piece of roofing felt!

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    The felt obviously warms up quickly in the sun and the lizards like the heat radiated from it.
    When I'm walking round Lwwt I look at the wooden bridges and the wooden walls on the hides.

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