(FOX NEWS) - "It was disgusting," Carr told WCVB. "It was a shock. I immediately started to retch."
Carr bought the store-brand lettuce from a Shaw's supermarket in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on January 26, but the product was distributed by a company in California. Carr's biologist friend believes the reptile is a blue-bellied lizard native to the west coast state. A supermarket spokeswoman said she notified the supplier.
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A Maine woman found herself in a scaly situation after allegedly discovering a dead lizard in her salad, which she claims is likely from the bag of romaine lettuce she bought at the supermarket.
Michelle Carr said she thought she was sticking her fork into an avocado slice, but it turned out to be a 3-inch lizard without its tail.