The unlucky creature had been swept off the ground and was carried around for a number of days by Madhuri, an Indian elephant. With tail firmly clamped in the animal’s trunk the lizard was swung around and occasionally put back on the (ground).
Thousands, maybe millions, of fish have been congregating along the beaches of Acapulco, Mexico, in huge schools. Locals believe the odd behavior is a result of the tsunami caused by the earthquake in Japan. There are more pictures at the Salty Heads link below.
- Japan earthquake: Swarms of fish off coast of Acapulco caused by tsunami? Pics (talesfromthelou.wordpress.com)
- Holy mackerel! Masses of fish swarm off the coast of Acapulco (talesfromthelou.wordpress.com)
- PHOTOS: Mysterious Masses Of Fish Surge To Surface On Mexico Coast (huffingtonpost.com)