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(Science News Magazine)   In the Australian desert, a lizard the size of a cat digs deep corkscrew burrows. Then everybody else moves in to get out of the heat   (sciencenews.org) divider line
    More: Cool, Monitor lizard, Reptile, old burrow, Squamata, Sean Doody, Komodo dragon, widespread use of the burrows, monitor lizards  
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2021-01-19 4:25:40 PM  
Sounds like the gopher turtles in Florida. They dig burrows where all sorts of critters live in harmony ... mostly.
 
2021-01-19 5:31:41 PM  
So several species of small furry animals gathered together in a burrow?  Was there grooving with a Pict involved?
 
2021-01-19 5:39:03 PM  

Myk-House of El: So several species of small furry animals gathered together in a burrow?  Was there grooving with a Pict involved?


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Depends on the Pict.
 
2021-01-19 7:29:56 PM  
Sean Doody.  LOL.
 
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