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Hello, new here and have an Ameiva question.

Darkebane

New Member
So I've been working on trust with the ameiva.
Not for handling, but so she doesn't freak out when I need to go into the enclosure for some reason.


Today's progress made a big step, we moved from tong feeding(I don't tong feed all the time, just occasionally), to hand feeding.

 

Walter1

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5 Year Member
Yeah she's a spoiled ameiva for sure.
Or atleast I think it's a she. Previous owner said it was full grown, and by the look of the Jowels.. They aren't being enough to be male?
I’m going with female. Shame no male as well!!
 

Darkebane

New Member
Well here's a little update.
Im pretty sure the ameiva is ok with me being in her enclosure now.
Think my "work" with her is done.
Only going in her enclosure when i absolutely have to.

 

Walter1

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Well here's a little update.
Im pretty sure the ameiva is ok with me being in her enclosure now.
Think my "work" with her is done.
Only going in her enclosure when i absolutely have to.

Really nice.
 
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