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Bath time

Discussion in 'General Tegu Discussion' started by MrExotic, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. MrExotic

    MrExotic New Member

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    Walter1 Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    A beautiful female S. Fl. WC. Well-cared for.
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    Thanks


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    How can you tell it’s wild caught ? Or S FL?

    I wonder if my guy is WC. I got him at 12 in long and 62g. Two months later hes over doubled in length and now weights close to 600g. He has that beautiful orange belly and that’s what makes me wonder. He was suppose to be breed in Canada. But I am not sure.

    I have to add his personality it great. He’s a snuggler and loves to sleep with daughter (age 9).
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    Long attenuated snouts. Pattern to some extent.
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    MrExotic New Member

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    All tegus are wild caught but by people breeding them that’s what makes them captive bread if you it around 12 in it wasn’t caught they are hard to find tbh unless you contact a breeder


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    Wild caught as in captured wild from Florida’s invasive species population.

    Where as most captive breed Tegus are multiple generation captive born now, thus not wild caught.