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Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates & Small Pets : Iguana FactsIguanas possess a row of spines that run from the tip of their heads to the base of their tails. Discover facts about iguanas with information from a published biologist in this free video on lizards and reptiles. Expert: Dr. Alan Richmond Bio: Dr. Alan Richmond is the lecturer and curator of biology at the University of Massachusetts. He is a well-published biologist and has a special interest in reptiles and amphibians. Filmmaker: Demand Media
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|There are lots of people who go for reptiles to be their pet. I am also interested in acquiring one to be my pet and so for those who have any good tips and suggestions regarding the ways to took care of reptiles would be greatly appreciated. I am also looking for some good links to research more about this matter. Thanks a lot guys and have a great day to all. |
|I believe some reptiles are also considered as good pets. However, it is important to learn the best way to raise them because it is not that easy to take good care of them including their cage, food, and the like. |
I also desire to pet an Iguana and I am thankful to see the video because I got to learn some tips about its sensitive parts.
That is really a weird taste on pet you have. Well, I think, my best friend and you will be really be a great friend because you bot like reptiles. She has an 20 snakes that really rattles me, specially the rattle snake.. They are reallly not that cute I told her
Thanks you so much to all of you guys and have a great day to all!
|The only reptile that I could think of taking as pet is turtles. But I really don't know about iguanas or amphibians or snakes. I just can't imagine myself as having those creatures as pets though for some it is really quite interesting.|
|Reptiles and amphibians are interesting because they look scary and feels rough but you see they are gentle creatures and are loyal to their masters. If someone would buy me an Iguana for a pet I think I am going to die. My husband is really the amphibian guy and I am the snake person because they are smoother and less scary looking than the iguana and lizards and turtles. |
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