People working at a cafe at Scotland's National Trust got a shock when a live lizard climbed out of a bag of salad!
Restaurant manager David Neil found the lizard, who's being called Rocky, when he opened a packet of rocket imported from Israel.
Experts have since identified Rocky as an eight-inch-long Lebanon lizard.
For the moment, he's living in a CD holder on top of a computer screen to keep him warm while the search is on to find a proper home.
The National Trust for Scotland's nature expert, Lindsay Mackinlay, said it was "absolutely fantastic" that Rocky had survived his long journey.
"He has obviously been travelling for a number of days and would probably have been refrigerated throughout much of the journey," he said.
"Thankfully he's doing well and is very alert now that he has warmed up a bit."