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Taming and shedding

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Posted by: ChaoticCoyote at Thu Nov 4 14:48:52 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ChaoticCoyote ]  
   

I've tamed iguanas, and our Uro mali seems to have been tame since we got him. Does anyone have opinions or experience on befriending an African Plated Lizard?

Second question: Clyde has been here over a week, and he seems to be adjusting and eating well. He loses a few scales every day; I can't see how he'd shed any differently, but I'm windering if this is the normal way for these guys to shed?

BTW, I don't see any bare spots, just a few scales lying about in his substrate or standing out at odd angle as if they're about to fall off.

Thanks.
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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)
1.1.0 Red-Eared Sliders (Jade and Emerald)
0.4.0 Homo sapiens (Maria, Elora, Becky, Tessa)
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