Laurel Peterson, Salida Middle School teacher and reptile club adviser, shows off a black throated monitor lizard during  an Earth Day event last month at Graceada Park in downtown Modesto.
Laurel Peterson, Salida Middle School teacher and reptile club adviser, shows off a black throated monitor lizard during an Earth Day event last month at Graceada Park in downtown Modesto. efunez@modestobee.com
Laurel Peterson, Salida Middle School teacher and reptile club adviser, shows off a black throated monitor lizard during an Earth Day event last month at Graceada Park in downtown Modesto. efunez@modestobee.com

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