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Haven't posted any pictures of our B&W Tegu so here comes 4!

Discussion in 'Black and White Tegu Discussion' started by Leezard, Jan 26, 2018.

  1. Leezard

    Leezard Member

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    IMG_2099.jpg IMG_2085.jpg IMG_1845.jpg IMG_1846.jpg IMG_2085.jpg IMG_2085.jpg IMG_1845.jpg The first two photos attached are when we first got him at 12 inches long, the last two photos are from a week ago at 18 inches long! What a difference two months can make for these guys!
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  2. Guman

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    He is perfect! Please do not make the mistake I did feed him whole pray. Other recommendations are please get rid of your temp/hydro meter in one. Buy a infrared temp gun, climate control, and a real hydo meter. The one you have does not give correct readings. It is not easy to care for them after you learn from yojr mistakes. So, please learn from mine. MBD is real, costly, and sad to see. Best wishes to you and you new gu.
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    Thanks for the reply! We have him in a 6ft by 4ft plywood cage now with a hygrotherm and he's always had UVB with calcium supplements so we won't be experiencing any MBD symptoms. But thanks for the concern!