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Where are the Cyclura Herpetologists?

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Posted by: cycluracornuta at Wed Jun 24 11:21:41 2020  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cycluracornuta ]  
   

No posts in 4 years....Where are the Cyclura people communicating? Been a distant observer for over a decade, but nice to check in once in awhile.

Metropolis was captive hatched in Southern California in 1998 from 2003-2007 lived on Long Island, NY, 2008 in Casper, WY, and 2009-201? Miami,Florida. Last owner was Tom Crutchfield who renamed her Wilma. Over the years she produced many clutches, surely a few still in Sth Florida. Her offspring are unique in that they have multi-horned heads, instead of the standard 3 horns.



   

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