From pest to pet: Lizard In Salad
Published: January 27, 2016
From pest to pet: Lizard In Salad, A central New Jersey elementary school science class has a new pet after a lizard was discovered in a student’s salad after being refrigerated for days.
Riverside Elementary School science teacher Mark Eastburn tells NJ.com () the 3-inch green anole lizard was found in a bundle of tatsoi greens last week by a kindergartner.
The lizard had been cold and lifeless after being confined in a refrigerator for days. The lizard has since been warmed and lives in a cage in Eastburn’s class.
The lizard, dubbed “Green Fruit Loop,” came from Florida.
The tatsoi had been bought from Whole Earth Center in Princeton.
A store produce manager says greens are cleaned as they’re stocked and that the lizard must’ve been tucked away in a leaf.
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