Here's something you never realized: it's possible to resuscitate a lizard after it drowns. We know this because a woman named Amy Hooks posted a video to YouTube of her giving chest compressions to a unresponsive lizard she fished out of the family pool. After enough compressions the lizard gives a twitch, and then resumes breathing on its own. The video ends with the lucky lizard sunning itself and recovering.
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