Eight meters of Asian lizard from Asian monitors that have escaped from the owner's house has finally been caught

Eight meters of Asian lizard from Asian monitor escaping from his owner's home in Florida and terrified of a neighborhood, is finally fleeing after three months

  • Bamboo, the Asian water monitor, was safely captured Tuesday, officials said
  • Massive lizard terrified a neighborhood in Florida after his escape from his home in August
  • Florida conservationists said that Bamboo is more than eight feet long

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Bamboo, the Asian water monitor, was found safe after escaping from its owner's house three months ago.

The Florida authorities have since August caught the huge reptile that wounded residents of a suburb of Miami.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said Thursday that Bamboo is more than eight feet long.

Bamboo, the Asian water monitor (pictured, after it was captured), was found safe after escaping from his owner's home in Florida three months ago.

Bamboo, the Asian water monitor (pictured, after it was captured), was found safe after escaping from his owner's home in Florida three months ago.

Zack Lieberman and his wife Maria were the first to spot the rogue reptile (pictured) in August

Zack Lieberman and his wife Maria were the first to spot the rogue reptile (pictured) in August

At a certain moment in the video, Bamboo (pictured) walks towards the couple before he turns around and runs the other way

At a certain moment in the video, Bamboo (pictured) walks towards the couple before he turns around and runs the other way

Residents said it was in their backyard and scratched at their patio doors. A couple captured the beast (photo) on the camera while walking around in their backyard

Bamboo escaped from his home in August in his neighborhood Davie.

Residents said it was in their backyard and scratched at their patio doors.

A few captured the beast on the camera while walking around in their backyard.

Zack Lieberman and his wife Maria were the first to spot the villain in August.

& # 39; My wife uttered a loud cry, & # 39; said Lieberman to Patch. & # 39; I looked from the couch and I saw this giant lizard sitting there. & # 39;

At some point in the video, Bamboo goes to the couple before he turns around and runs the other way.

Officers took Tuesday Tuesday after they got a tip from a resident who said that the lizard often appeared on its premises around noon. Officials said the lizard (pictured, after being captured) will be returned to the owner, who has received a criminal quote for his escape

Officers took Tuesday Tuesday after they got a tip from a resident who said that the lizard often appeared on its premises around noon. Officials said the lizard (pictured, after being captured) will be returned to the owner, who has received a criminal quote for his escape

Officers took Tuesday Tuesday after they got a tip from a resident who said that the lizard often appeared on its premises around noon. Officials said the lizard (pictured, after being captured) will be returned to the owner, who has received a criminal quote for his escape

The owner of Bamboo even lives about a kilometer from the Lieberman family.

Wildlife officers and Davie police officers captured Bamboo Tuesday after receiving a tip from a resident who said the lizard often appeared on its premises around noon.

According to a commission statement for nature, the lizard will be returned to the owner, who has received a criminal quote for his escape.

Owners must have cages to keep these lizards as pets.

It is illegal to release non-natural species in Florida.

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