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Zone Dubai | Anonymous added on January 15, 2019 | Answered

I have a stack composter made out of terra-cotta. The last stack is where I leave the compost to mature, and when I opened it to remove the compost had a lizard running out. Is it ok to have those there? I anyway also put some neem fertilizer this time. Couldn’t find a neem cake as such.
Do these lizards cause a harm to the compost pile. Do they eat up the organic matter?
Will attach a picture of the type of composter I use. It’s called khamba. I went to a pottery near me in Dubai and got it done.
Since I do not have an open space I’m having the composter indoors.

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Answered on January 15, 2019

You have nothing to worry about. These will not hurt your compost at all! They might even help keep the bugs away some.

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