Giant three foot lizard Loki is still on the loose in Liverpool

Giant three foot lizard Loki is still on the loose in Liverpool
 

Concern is growing for Loki the giant lizard who escaped from his house in Wavertree on Sunday and is still yet to be found.
Loki is a three-foot-long Argentine giant tegu, the largest species of its kind.
While they can survive in the wild for up to twenty years in a hotter climate, he’s unlikely to be able to be able to withstand Liverpool’s cooler nights for long.
Alan Humphries, a Woolton vet who specialises in reptiles, told the ECHO that it’s vital Loki is found soon.
“In these temperatures it’s unlikely he will have gone further than a quarter or maybe half a mile.
“If people find... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 37
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