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RE:Thanks to both of you.

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Posted by: FutureBoaBreeder at Mon Nov 24 08:46:30 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FutureBoaBreeder ]  
   

Okay. Yeah i got the back, sides, and a small portion of the front covered with newspaper- that method seemed to work great with my ackie when he was young and very nervous. Whats odd is that when i first got him in this tank he was actually using his basking spot, now he seems to be hanging out in the same croner all the time where most of the logs and hides are. Hes not very active, but he is of good weight.

But if nervous iguanas are similiar to nervous monitors in captivity all should be well. He is also housed in the computer room, so he can check me out if he wants to from a distance I feel would make him feel secure. And i dont go near the tank unless to change water/food, and when done so pretend as if i don't notice hes there, never really studying him unless far away.

Thanks for all the info, and I'll heed your advice about the crix.


   

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