DUBUQUE (KWWL) -- The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium is holding a sealed envelope silent auction for the lizard statues that have been displayed around the city.
Local businesses bought the lizards and decorated them (examples: Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, a Superman Reporter, and KWWL's Liz Ard decorated by Paco Rosic).
Visitors can go to the museum and enter bids through December 12.
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