I almost stepped on a lizard yesterday while doing laundry. The little guy was covered in lint, I think he'd been hanging out behind the dryers to stay warm. I brought him into my apartment in the mean time thinking he'd be safer, but after doing some research I've decided I wouldn't be that great at taking care of a wild lizard, so I'm planning to release him. I'm located in Colorado where it is still pretty cold, should I put him back in the laundry area or outside?
I almost stepped on a lizard yesterday while doing laundry. The little guy was covered in lint, I think he'd ... located in Colorado where it is still pretty cold, should I put him back in the laundry area or outside?

Put him in the laundry room; it's fairly warm and there are bugs in the apartment complex (but not yours, I'm sure!). Emotion: smile
It sounds like a Mediterranean gecko not native but turning up in more and more urban areas. They like hanging around human dwellings for the perpetual warmth and insects. If you Google them, let me know if that's what it is. If not, provide a brief description and I'll try to figure it out.
Chris

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