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RE: New to Water Dragons...Any Advice?

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Posted by: kinyonga at Mon Jul 28 21:11:53 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kinyonga ]  
   

You said..."his color is a little brownish...so i'm thinking that his lighting wasn't as good as it should have been"...sometimes the color can be a little brownish if the dragon is going through some stress or distuption to its normal schedule. He looks quite good!

You said..."i'm guessing he's probably a green water dragon...but then again, i have no idea"...he is a green waterdragon...physignathus cocincinus, in case you want to look it up!

You said..."is it unusual for them to not be whippy? i mean, i am aware that iguanas tend to be pretty aggressive/defensive...and water dragons appear similar"...they aren't really all that similar IMHO. The males are usually not whippy once they are used to you....at least in my experience. Even the WC ones usually end up fairly calm. There are likely exceptions.


   

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