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iguana breeding behavior??

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Posted by: thrasher1337 at Wed Feb 11 13:20:52 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by thrasher1337 ]  
   

my 3 year old unsexed iguana (I think its a her not sure) has turned orange and bobing its head almost whenever she can..and has not been eatting good for the pass 3 months, but shes active and always trying to get out of the cage, i have a pretty good sized cage for her. I wonder what would get her to eat better again, my room temp is at 75-9 at night and 81-2 during the day and he has a UVB blub and gets to 110 at least , and shes always under it, and I soak her every morning, If this is indeed a normal breeding behavior, how long will it last? i just want herto eat better again..she was always into eatting no matter wut...

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