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Iguana Adoption

Go to an iguana adoption center to get new babies; reptiles aren't that expensive and require little maintenance to stay healthy and happy. Wild caught animals are often aggressive and don’t like being petted and handled, so children quickly loose interest in such pets. So, people often abandon such animals into rescue agencies. The majority of these lizards never find new owners. Go to an iguana adoption center to get new babies; reptiles aren't that expensive and require little maintenance to stay healthy and happy. To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
Iguana Adoption

Iguana Adoption

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These exotic pets are rather fashionable, but difficult to keep in an apartment. Adult lizards grow up to 7 feet in length and require species conditions: temperature, humidity, and enough place in the cage. Not all owners are ready to face such difficulties. Go to an iguana adoption center to get new babies; reptiles aren't that expensive and require little maintenance to stay healthy and happy.

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