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new pet lizard, unknown ID

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Posted by: cap_extreme at Sat Oct 17 21:02:04 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cap_extreme ]  
   

i purchased these two lizards at a small pet store. the sales person seemed to know what she was talking about and im not new to reptiles. she mentioned the lizards were "dwarf sunset lizards". i have never heard of them before and was very enthusiastic because they seemed like small monitors. i asked for a care sheet and never recieved it and was definatly getting the run around from the pet store. im currently caring for them as if they were bearded dragons with the humidity slightly higher than noraml. personally i think they look alot like yellow ackies but i would definatly value a second opinion.




   

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