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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    He bites still cause he is healthy everyone once in a blue moon (i call him and he comes to me like nine times and on the tenth time if i dont have a treat he bite lololol)
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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    Hows your savannah doing? I have mine trained to come to me when i call...these aninals suprise me every day.
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    Who would win in a fight? Tegu or savy?

    Lol serously savannahs are the honey badgers of the reptile world. Tegus though reminde me of foxs. Its hard to tell who would win
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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    He needs soil that retains humidity its not so he can have fun burrowing its to retain moisture so he dosent dehydrate
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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    Excuse me i was at work at a call center and couldnt write all i wanted to. But yes temps humidity. Also you forgot to criticize the part where i left out two feet of sandy soil. You left that out as well. I aint no empty cage biotch. Lol.
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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    But just like cats they can be adorable as ****. Just take care of the bugger properly they are close to a lot of peoples hearts.
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    Savannah monitor hatchling advice please

    Handle all the time if you want a friendly lizard. Be prepared for a giant enclosure. Make sure temps are good so it doesnt get gut rot. You will read a lot about them being dog tame. Their not. Savys can be a little grumpy. Not bad just grumpy. If were to compare temperment with a mammel it...
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    Most rewarding monitor to keep as a pet?

    but lions can also still snap and kill
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    Most rewarding monitor to keep as a pet?

    Lions can be friendly if you know what you are doing..... (advanced monitors) ...house cats can be very much so in-between and go either way (in my personal experience that would be your savannahs) then there is the Irish forest cat, no t domestic but arguably would have made a better companion...
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    Most rewarding monitor to keep as a pet?

    Savannah monitors...my heart throbs with them...so magesticly badger like. They reminde me a lot of cats mixed with badgers. In fact first in formost I would like to make a statement. I notice on every monitor thread on the whole web one thing in common...if someone so much as mentions the word...
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    Building a cave

    I hate to be that guy. But a cage with active biosystems like isopods and springtails really only need cosmetic cleanings (glass) they eat poop and mold. So yea and lemon juice spray disinfects and a tegu can eat off ground sprayed with it. So yea you could keep it still...just sayin :) ;)
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    Most rewarding monitor to keep as a pet?

    Savannah monitors and tegus in my opinion behave identically. Than again all my lizards are the opposite of aggressive. Irish luck.
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    Who would win in a fight? Tegu or savy?

    Lol idk i could of sworn i saw frank my savy typing a complaint to the hr department of my home...its possible that hes part badger
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    Why are blues called "blue" ? Thanks!

    They look white to me...
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    Who would win in a fight? Tegu or savy?

    Lolol just kidding. Im ross nice to meet yall! I do not condone lizard fights lolol.
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