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Can a lizard harm flowers


In our flowers, a lizard lives in a mink. The flowers in our flowerbed are perennial. Can a lizard damage its root color system with its minks?

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On my site there are a lot of lizards and I can say with confidence that you can absolutely not worry about plants. Lizards feed mainly on flies and other insects. Minks can be found anywhere, but mainly on the sunny side, so that you can safely bask near the shelter. You should not worry about the roots of flowers, most often they bypass the roots and other obstacles in the construction of the mink.
The main thing is that moles do not wound up, then they can damage the roots of plants.