Southern wildlife in jeopardy as giant tegu lizards invade Georgia and Florida

Southern wildlife in jeopardy as giant tegu lizards invade Georgia and Florida
A growing group of invasive lizards are making their way throughout the south while putting animals at risk that are important to the ecosystem. Georgia and Florida officials are working to stop the Argentine black and white tegu lizard from spreading. The lizards can grow up to 4 feet long and will eat anything they can put in their mouth, especially eggs.