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The images below are from the 11th Annual Running of the Lizards that took place in Topeka, Kansas the afternoon of 7 September 2008.  View larger images by clicking on any of the images below.  Learn more about the alien lizards that call Topeka their home by clicking on the alien lizard link above, the alien lizard link below the images, or by searching for "Alien Lizards of Topeka, Kansas' on Google.

This event was sponsored by Joseph T. Collins of the Center for North American Herpetology.  Joe also teaches a Kansas Herpetology class at Washburn University, and the "Running of the Lizards" is associated with the herpetology class.  Joe can be contacted via email at   

Those participating in the 2008 event included students from Collins' class, several students and adults from Chase Middle School and Topeka High School (USD 501) located in Topeka, and several students and parents from the Seaman School District (USD 345) located in northern Shawnee County.

Photographs on this page were taken by Larry L. Miller of Kansas Heritage Photography of Wakarusa, Kansas.  



Click here to learn more about the alien lizards that are found in Topeka, Kansas.