How can you kill a lizard?

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There are many ways and techniques that could be used by someone trying to kill lizards. You could kill them by hand by smashing them with a rock or you can poison them.
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Lizards are good for controlling insect populations in and around your home. But, if you must get rid of them standard insecticide will kill them. Rosemary oil can be used as a barrier
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1. Travel to a slayer master and purchase ice coolers. One ice cooler is required for each desert lizard you will kill, but it will only deal 50 points of damage. If it is used on
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These insectivores usually simply crunch up their insect prey using their small, pointy teeth and powerful jaws. In the rare instance that they take a small mouse or lizard for prey
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One of the best ways to kill lizards is to call someone who is in that business. They will have the knowledge and the equipment for ridding your place of lizards. Check your local listings for pest controls businesses. You can find more information here: http://www.bugspray.com/article/reptiles.html
You can actually use cats to kill lizards, as the cat is a predator that will kill smaller animals such as lizards or mice. You can also purchase a lizard control spray.
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