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  • Sorry not a boa

    I know this is not a boa, but just makes me proud to see the next generation taking an interest in herps. Parker my son, with our "Buddy"ok here's a boa to keep moderator from getting mad at me, ticked off at that.

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    Nothing to be sorry for, LOL! All adorable!

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      What kind of iguana is that?If i ever have the space I want to get a rhino iguana so bad haha

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      • #4
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        You don't have to be sorry it's not a boa, scroll down, down, down and you will see something called "Specialty Forums". Within is a specific forum for iguanas and a whole lot more!

        Thanks for the pictures, love seeing kids interacting with reptiles of any sort.
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        • #5
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          Beautiful lizard! As Zamora said, we actually have forum spots for everything. The worst thing that will happen if you post in the wrong spot is we will move it to the right spot. Please post away.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by jere000 View Post
            What kind of iguana is that?If i ever have the space I want to get a rhino iguana so bad haha
            Cuban, we have two pairs, and love them. They are my favorite, so much personality.

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            • #7
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              You should post more pictures of these guys! I actually love lizards and used to have a much larger collection when I lived in California. I had a pair of Chinese Water Dragons that I absolutely loved. Right now all I have is a green anole and a pair of leopard geckos because I just don't have the space for anything larger. I am thinking about getting some type of chameleon in the spring though.

              How much do rhino's differ from green iguana's? I've never had an iguana but my friend used to rescue green iguanas so I have some experience with them. Most of hers were males that had reached sexual maturity and were extremely aggressive : /


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                Both of my males will come when called and eat from your hands. They are a little moody when they're feeling spunky in the spring but not as bad as greens I've had in the past. The only real risk is wearing flip flops in their enclosure when feeding them because they will sample your toes, never hurts but sure gets you're attention. Feeding"Buddy""Big momma"indoor digs for winter"Barney" "Betty" and "Red"

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                • #9
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                  Awesome! Someday I'll have the time and space for something other than snakes. I'll definitely keep rhino's in mind!
                  “I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” -DA
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                    Yeah my "when I have time animal" is one of those Black Dragon water monitors. I would love a pair. not my picture, but wow! !

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                    • #11
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                      Well monitors of large size are nowhere in my future, but I would like a pair of Varanus Salvadorii aka crocodile monitors awesome looking monitors.Those cuban iguanas are cool how big do they get?

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                      • #12
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                        Males 4' to 5' 15# females slightly smaller. Long lived though, I have read they can live as many between 50 and 80yrs in captivity.

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                        • #13
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                          These are awesome
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