Have you ever heard of a “Lazarus” lizard?
No. They aren’t called that because they rose from the dead. There’s nothing really spectacular about them at all.
In fact, they are rather banal. In Europe, they are common enough to call them “wall lizards.” They are often seen basking on stone and concrete walls in the summer sun. However, these particular wall lizards aren’t in Europe at all. They are found in Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
What’s a European lizard doing in the Ohio Valley?
Follow the link above, and `retrieverman` will tell you...