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 #2319654


Rickee
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 What is it??? abandoned outside and saved!! identiy please? ??

hi so i just came into possession of a monitor lizard, he/she i think she is currently in my home. we found her OUTSIDE by we i mean this girl who was about to call animal control. look i took this thing in while already having 5 turtles snakes a rednose pit and parakeets snakes... almost all adopted. really could use your help identifying her correct species! i would like to be able to take 100% proper care for her. i was not looking fora liazard like this and i am hoping she will be identified so i can set up a proper tank, right now she is a in a 75gal i had laying around. i put a log in and a folded warm water in the towel for humifity, dhould i run a humidifer incase she a sav?, OOOHHH her tounge is blue!!!, I can sell my silver braclet and get a plywooy i need to make a tank suitable for her. i only have 60$ rn to my name should i get a roach farm or other types of animal farms? should ii "acquire" some of the 3 lights types i need, can i dig for nightcralers? she has a cricket in that tank and will not eat it. also she was outside for a while free for she was cold. please help!!! do not hate on my grammar!



10/18/16  10:46am

 #2319655


Kitty125
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  Message To: Rickee   In reference to Message Id: 2319654


 What is it??? abandoned outside and saved!! identiy please? ??

Well since she has a blue tongue it sounds like she is a savannah monitor.
The pictures won’t show.



10/18/16  11:53am

 #2319666


Reptictale10
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  Message To: Kitty125   In reference to Message Id: 2319655


 What is it??? abandoned outside and saved!! identiy please? ??

Load pics again



10/18/16  08:30pm


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