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A lizard like reptile from a European cartoon about soccer (1 Viewer)

Maastrichianguy

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So you know u guys helped me with the birds that could not know what they are in the show but there is just 2 animals that were not birds but one of each 2 are just different types which one is a reptile and the other is a crustacean and for this topic about this. its this lizard kind of reptile which is one episode of that cartoon where it has the birds from the other episodes of it where it is walking and climbing on the outside walls of the Riffler's Institute in Maryport or Port-Marie, Marseille of France in Europe like as you can take a look at it it is green with dark green stripes and yellow eyes but it does not have the blue on its face, so could this be a European Green Lizard(Lacerta Viridis), a Western Green Lizard(Lacerta Bilineata), a European Leaf-Toed Gecko(Euleptes Europaea), a Sand Lizard(Lacerta Agilis) or some kind of species and genus of lizard, gecko or any other kind of reptile you know of? but it must be from Marseille or a place near Marseille of this country which the place that the cartoon takes place in.
 

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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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