Concerns over lizard ‘invasion’ put to rest


Cause for worry: The viral photo of a monitor lizard climbing over the gate of a terrace house. Authorities have confirmed that the incident did not happen in Melaka.

MELAKA: Despite Melaka being known as a habitat for monitor li­­zards, a state exco has dispelled concerns about the reptile creeping into homes.

The assurance from State Agri­cul­ture, Agro-Based, Entrepre­neur De­­ve­­lopment and Cooperative Com­­mittee chairman Norhizam Has­­­san Baktee came about following pictures that went viral of a monitor lizard climbing over the gate of a terrace house.

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