Common North Coast lizard an unusual ...

Common North Coast lizard an unusual weapon against Lyme disease

There are 1 comment on the Petaluma360 story from Oct 12, 2013, titled Common North Coast lizard an unusual weapon against Lyme disease. In it, Petaluma360 reports that:

The western fence lizard doesn't peddle insurance like its relative, the gecko, but it provides a potentially more valuable service to North Coast residents by shielding them from Lyme disease in an unusual way, scientists say.

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#1 Oct 12, 2013
Did gore say he invented them??

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