New Jersey firefighters say woman spots 4-foot'surprise' in tree and phones 911.

A lady in New Jersey discovered a 4-foot "prize" in a tree and contacted 911.

On May 22, Woolwich Fire Company reported an unusual animal rescue near Swedesboro.

Fire personnel, police, and animal control rescued a sunbathing monitor lizard, according to a Facebook post.

"Not your average animal rescue."NJ.com posted a YouTube video showing an animal control officer putting a writhing animal in a cage.

Woolwich Fire Company reported the lizard was sent to a county facility.

Singapore's National Parks Board says monitor lizards are "primarily carnivorous" and shy.

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