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Thanks to all who responded about the bipedal lizard
I've known about the basilisk and the Australian frilled lizard being
able to do the emergency biped thing for a while, but I could have
sworn that not too long ago I saw a post about a Central American
lizard that is really, truly, honest-to-goodness habitually bipedal.
If I remember right, the lizard in question had either just been
discovered, or just been discovered to be a biped.
I really hope I'm not losing my mind, so if anyone out there knows
what I'm talking about, please drop me a message.
Thanks in advance,
P.S. If anyone has a reference on this, it would be greatly
appreciated. BTW, my box turtle laid its eggs last night--seven of
'em! Whoo-wooo, baby turtles!