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01/17/2002 12:42 PM ID: 16011 Permalink   

Man Found Being Eaten By His Own Lizards

 

Although meat is not their favorite food, seven lizards were found feasting on the corpse of their owner, Ronald Huff.

Police went to Huff's apartment after he failed to appear at work, and discovered the corpse in the process of being eaten by Monitor lizards. The cause of death has not been determined.

An expert did say the Monitor lizards "can cut you up, beat you up pretty good." One of them has been acting aggressively. Homes with zoos and educational facilities are being sought for the lizards.

 
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  This happens quite often with cats.....  
 
I have seen several scenes where old people pass in their sleep and the pet cats often dine on the corpse before someone finds them. It is downright less than ideal to see something like this. Who knows what lizards like the most but cats often start on the arms and neck.
 
  by: dingoboy     01/18/2002 03:02 AM     
 
 
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