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Old 04-29-2010, 03:42 PM   #1
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Eggs???

OK, I admit I have never spent much time in the south.

While taking things apart in Bogart, our '54 Cruiser I came across these???

They were bhing a mounted light fixture, only access is up through the wall...
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Old 04-29-2010, 03:51 PM   #2
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Rodent at work.
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That would be quite a trick for a garter snake. What's the scale? A chameleon (actually green anole) could easily get up there. Do they have geckos where Bogart used to live?

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 04-29-2010, 04:05 PM   #4
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Bogart came from the Daytona Florida area.
We found this guy in the bathroom, rather petrified!
Funny what you find in these ole rigs!
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I live in the South, and work in a building full of engineering & technical types.

There are two different people I work with who sell farm-fresh, brown eggs at the office for less than a reasonable price because their hens lay more than they can use.

A third person appears to be too proud to sell his excess eggs, and is slowly but surely raising his family's cholesterol level - He has more recipes for eggs than Bubba had for shrimp in Forrest Gump.

The original owner might have found an unusal way to get rid of excess eggs.

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Find those all the time in my shed -- they are lizard eggs. We have a wide variety from your basic 4" Gecko to 24" of Anole.

Scare the snot out of you when they jump out from behind things but many species dine on bugs so are welcome.

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The scale must be deceiving you, they are about 3/8" in diameter.
90% of them hatched, hopefully a long time ago.

BTW, I grew up on a farm here, we wouldn't make much $ sellin those babies!
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