Finally, Lizard in Desert Setting - Graphics

This is a discussion on Finally, Lizard in Desert Setting - Graphics ; Hanson wrote: >I think the ants would be a great way to appreciate the size of the lizard. >Even large ants aren't very big as far as I know! > > The ants out that way are generally anywhere from ...

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    Hanson wrote:

    >I think the ants would be a great way to appreciate the size of the lizard.
    >Even large ants aren't very big as far as I know!
    >
    >

    The ants out that way are generally anywhere from a quarter inch to 3
    8th's of an inch or even larger.

    >I think I can tell from the photos that the 2 critters are small...not sure
    >about the "poop" though...is it lying on top of mountains? LOL
    >
    >

    Yeah, that's one big coyote you don't want to be under when he decides
    to do his thing LOL

    >That tressel is really something else. I have a feeling I wouldn't like to
    >be on it!
    >
    >

    It's actually totally awesome, but also totally scary walking on that
    old thing so high up with not much to hang onto.
    And they replaced the walking edges with metal grids that feel less safe
    then the old wooden planks did.
    Especially, since the gaps are like 2"x8" with quarter inch thick grid
    metal and
    you can see all the way down to where you feel like you're going to fall to!
    And it bends and creeks when you wlak on it.
    But still worth it to check out, if they even let you go there anymore,
    which I don't think they do

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    Mark Dunakin wrote:

    > ross mcdonald wrote:
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    >> How big is the lizard???
    >>
    >>

    > About 3 to 4 killometers long
    > Or maybe about as big as Gamera.
    > It would depend on which view they use to show him in LOL
    >

    Ummm,,, in case you were serious, he's about 3 to 4 inches long
    A bit bigger then they usually are though.

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