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RE: Very Dull Plated Lizard

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Posted by: ChaoticCoyote at Tue Jun 7 13:24:46 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ChaoticCoyote ]  
   

>>Before I posted this I had read your first posts. Glad everything worked out so well. I'm worried about a shed problem. His leg looks like he is trying to. Any ideas about spraying or soaking?

Clyde tends to soak himself, but this may be a personal quirk of his. He has a large white bowl for water; whenever I fill the bowl, he climbs in an soaks himself! Then he drinks out of it -- eeew! -- if I don't clean it quickly-enough.

Clyde sheds a scale or section of scales at a time, and his only shedding problem seems to be a section of his tail.

The attached picture is a couple of months old, but all he's done since is grow...
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Scott Robert Ladd
1.0.0 Iguana (Rex)
1.0.0 African Giant Plated Lizard (Clyde)
1.0.0 Uro mali (Wizard)
0.1.0 Corn Snake (Amber)
0.1.0 Red-Eared Sliders (Emerald)
0.0.1 Musk Turtle (Sausage)
1.0.0 Blue Jay (Feed Me)
0.1.0 Parakeet (Zeus)
1.4.0 Homo sapiens (Scott, Maria, Elora, Becky, Tessa)
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