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Good afternoon everyone, my new baby caiman lizard
arrived today.. He is so GREAT!!! I thought he would take a day or so to get use to his new enclosure. I was surprised that he ate readily from the feeding tongs with in only an HR of being in his new home.
I have bad news concerning my Caiman lizard. I apologize for not keeping everyone updated. About 7 months ago I noticed he was becoming quite lethargic and refusing his absolute favorite food (apple snails) I took him to the vet thinking that he may have contacted parasites. That was not the case after blood work and an xray confirmed that he had stomach cancer. I did what I believed was the best thing and had him put down. This broke my heart so it's taking a while to reach out about him.
I did however just bought a black and white argentine tegu.. I'm not sure of is sex yet.. it's about 2 foot long I think. I'm not sure of it's age either. I have been watching and reading everything I can find about Argentine Tegus.