If you ask us, the sudden appearance of a three-eyed lizard on a hiking path or anywhere else is cause to drop everything and immediately inform officials of some sort of radioactivity-based mutation. But put that phone down. Most lizards have a third eye located right smack at the top of their heads. And in a way, so do humans.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas May 17, 2018
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