A man caught a strange reptile in his backward, see what he did that got everyone talking (photos)
By Amebohouse | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 15 views
A user from the Nigeria well-known forum, Nairaland has taken to the platform to share an enormous lizard he caught at his backyard.
The man was so happy that he caught a big monitor Lizard in his back yard, and decided to let people see it and see what he is going to do with the animal.
The Nairaland user shared the photos of the monitor lizard with the caption:
"This is a short story of a monitor lizard I caught at my back yard this evening".
He shared some photos to narrate how he caught the lizard and how it going to end up in his cooking pot.
Fellow users of the forum have reacted to the fact that he cooked the reptile instead of him to capture it and return it to wildlife or better still not cook it at all while others were glad he made dinner out of the animal.
See some reactions;
What do you think about this?
Is it hygiene to eat such animal?
What is the proper thing to do when we capture such wild animal?
Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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