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What happens when Lizard fall on left arm?

it wud bring shame to you...thats wat older ppl usually say...
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Why is the Brachiosaurus called arm lizard?

  Brachiosaurus was the first discovered dinosaur that had arms that were longer than its legs. This feature is only found among Brachiosaurus and its relatives.
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How many blue anole lizards are left?

There is approximately 75-130 Blue Anoles left. This species should be extinct in the next year.
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Essential Golf Swing for Women Tips

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Why do lizards tails move after they fall off?

  A tail will often wiggle after it has come off to distract the attention of the predator so the lizard can escape. Lizards sometimes eat their own tail after they have s (MORE)

How many lizards are left?

There are many lizards which one lizard got away,how many lizards were left? The answer is none,because the other lizards follow the lizard who got away.
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Simple Golf Swing Tips to Help Your Game

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Maintaining Balance in Your Golf Swing

The foundation to playing good golf begins with your golf swing balance. Your balance determines your swing strength, rhythm, tempo, speed and connection with the ball. If you (MORE)