74-Year-Old Lizard and Turtle Escape from Florida School Terrarium

A 74-year-old lizard named Leo and his turtle friend Squirtle have escaped from the terrarium of a Florida school classroom where they have been living for decades.

The two reptiles were discovered missing from their terrarium on Monday morning by a teacher, who alerted the school principal. A search was immediately launched, but the two reptiles were nowhere to be found.

The principal believes that Leo and Squirtle may have escaped through a small hole in the terrarium's lid. He is concerned that the two reptiles may not be able to survive in the wild, as they have been living in captivity for so long.

The school has issued a warning to students and staff to be on the lookout for the two reptiles. They are also asking anyone who sees Leo or Squirtle to contact the school immediately.

Leo and Squirtle's escape has captured the attention of the media, and the story has been picked up by local and national news outlets. The two reptiles have become overnight celebrities, and people are rooting for them to be found safe and sound.

The school is offering a reward for the safe return of Leo and Squirtle. The reward is $100, and it is being offered by the school's PTA.

The search for Leo and Squirtle is ongoing, and the school is hopeful that they will be found soon. In the meantime, the school is taking steps to secure the terrarium so that the two reptiles cannot escape again.

The story of Leo and Squirtle is a reminder of the bond that can form between humans and animals. The two reptiles have been living in captivity for decades, but they have still managed to form a strong bond with their caretakers. The school is hopeful that Leo and Squirtle will be found safe and sound, and that they will be able to continue their lives together.