Well, as the title says my mom found a small mysterious corpse (might not be a dead animal, maybe it's just a ball of slug slime, maybe from slugs mating or something) in our garden. It's either a ball of slug slime, a dead slug, or the remains of my pet lizard named Lizzy I lost last summer. Here's the full story about Lizzy: 5 or 6 years ago we were camping and we found this northern alligator lizard that we caught. Back then, we didn't know much about lizards so when winter came we stuck him outside thinking he would hibernated and survive outside in his tank. We were wrong, because we almost killed him putting him outside and he used to be REALLY fast, and once we did that to him, he slowed down and never was that fast again. Sad story . Ok, well over the years he got a tiny bit faster every year because I was gaining more knowledge on his care. But that wasn't all, he lost most of his toes and he got metabolic bone disease (MBD). Once I learned how to prevent this disease, and maybe reverse it, I lost him in our yard and we never saw him again. He was still slower than normal and still had problems, he couldn't survive in the wild and he probably didn't know how to hibernate. After winter passed and spring came, he probably died. Well, my mom either found some remains or slime of a slug or remains of Lizzy. I included pictures of the stuff and there is what might be a bone leading me to think it's Lizzy. Please answer and tell me if this is slug or my beloved lizard. It smells like a dead slug so maybe it's slug but idk what the bone-like thing is. The "bone" is very flat. Please help me and tell me what this is, if you have seen a dead lizard or reptile recently, maybe you know what their innards look like. Btw it's quite decomposed that's why I can't tell what it is. It also what might be some skin attached, but idk if it's slug or lizard skin and it would be too rotten to have any scales and I didn't see any bones or other parts nearby, but mom found it by a hole in a small dead tree trunk. Thanks anyways!