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Sirrush – Iraqi lizard afa, a legendary animal that has existed since ancient Babilon. They sneaking up to a flock of sheep and sucks the milk, so much so that even the sheep did not feel it. Local folklore describes it as a dragon with a body covered with scales, hind legs borrowed from the eagle, paws of a lion , his head crowned with horns and supplemented with snake tongue. Length of the Iraqi lizard is about 3 feet (approximately 90 cm). Local people call the Iraqi lizard buz majjeh, and that translates – sucking goats

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