Invasive species threaten Florida

A large monitor lizard was on the loose in Ilene Gothelf's neighborhood in the Lost Lake subdivision off of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100410220000" title="Winter Park" href="/topic/us/florida/orange-county-%28florida%29/winter-park-PLGEO100100410220000.topic">Winter Park</a> Drive in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100414020000" title="Casselberry" href="/topic/us/florida/seminole-county/casselberry-PLGEO100100414020000.topic">Casselberry</a> in 2007. She took the photo from a window in her home. The lizards are among the reptiles that Florida wildlife officials deemed a concern for the state's ecosystem.
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( PHOTO COURTESY OF ILENE GOTHELF / May 10, 2007 )

A large monitor lizard was on the loose in Ilene Gothelf's neighborhood in the Lost Lake subdivision off of Winter Park Drive in Casselberry in 2007. She took the photo from a window in her home. The lizards are among the reptiles that Florida wildlife officials deemed a concern for the state's ecosystem.

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