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   CaliforniaMama  Friday May 3 01:12 AM

May 3, 2013 - Panther Chameleon

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Lizards and More Lizards

This one's for you mtp!

morethanpretty  Friday May 3 04:19 AM

Yay! The first one is totally saying, "Oh hai!"

SPUCK  Friday May 3 06:51 AM

That orange one has his dials set wrong!

morethanpretty  Friday May 3 08:12 AM

MTPs family recipe:
2 blue panther chameleons (if you use the orange add extra butter)
3 tbs of butter
1/2 chopped onion
1 clove of garlic, minced
salt and chipotle flakes to taste
Add all to a frying pan and saute until onion is cooked and panther chameleon meat is tender.

Simple but very tasty!

Ocean's Edge  Friday May 3 10:52 AM

oooooooo nice lookin leeeeeeeeeeezards

CaliforniaMama  Friday May 3 02:49 PM

Do you have to peel them first?

Never thought of lizard-things being edible, but I guess when you are out in the dry, dusty outback you've gotta live on something!

Gravdigr  Friday May 3 02:57 PM

My god, they look just like a panther!!!

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