Obviously this type of lezard is not indegenous of Hong Kong and after walking pass and making sure no one else did see her P. took this picture and decided to call the Kadoorie farm the day after.
The Kadoorie farm is a centre for wildlife in danger, people are very helpfull there and help many animals which are found or catched (Pui Pui the crocodile was also there)in the territory.
They told P. (which send this picture to them) that this type of lezard is called Chinese Water Dragon and native probably from Malaysia or South China.....so obviously she was a pet and was released in the forest....pritty scary poor Luci......she did look a little perplexed I have to say.
They told us that she will not survive the winter and to try to catch her as they make a wonderful pet......but in our home there are Sirius, Bellatrix and Ninfadora as well (our cats) and I don't think Luci will be happy.
Even me I will not know if I would like to sare my home with her.
Plus she looked so happy in the trees... and it was april and she had till october , november before cold weather would arrive.
P. decided to monitor her and see what happen......we did see her every day till november....she moved from one tree to an other and she became very green (apparentely when they are healthy and happy) when was very hot in sommer she would dangle her feet in the air .....very relaxing.
Then she disappeared for the complete winter and we were wondering what happened to her.
But now we are looking in the trees and will tell you if we do see her again.It will be nice!
Ciao for now love Massimiliano