• i nnightve, when nny parents were living in florida i would see lizards
    • B.H. Wilson
      I take it your 'M' key is not working?
    • pearllederman
    • Linda Joy
      does it press down and do nothing or not press down? Have you tried vacuuming the keyboard? Tip it upside down and thump it a time or two see if a crumb falls out. Or is it stuck? Wipe it with a damp cloth.
    • pearllederman
      the whole key fell off
    • Linda Joy
      have you tried pressing it anyway?
    • Pearl Lederman
      yes but its a good way to hurt nny finger so its easier not to
    • Linda Joy
      Don't hurt yourself
  • Typically (in the U.S.) either a newt or salamander (i.e. an amphibian rather than a reptile/lizard). {{ }} {{ }} {{ }}
    • Linda Joy
      I've seen newts and salamanders and it didn't look like them, but thank you for your answer!
      My mistake. There are lizards and lizard-like reptiles in some of the U.S. states. I think this is a more-or-less complete list of U.S. reptiles, with pics. {{ }}
      Try this one {{ }} or the Gila Monster! (Beware!) {{ }}
  • I think you are talking about a salamander.
  • I've never seen one myself in real life; however, I have seen pics of some. I think one was called a bearded dragon that just happened to be orange. Others I've seen pics of were simply listed as lizards. I don't think that they are dangerous...just freaky looking!!! Some kid probably talked mom or dad into getting them one & then lost interest & it managed to escape. They are as afraid of you as you are of them, so I wouldn't stay awake looking for one!!!

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