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  1. #11

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    Aug 2010
    Jacksonville, FL

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    pizza for all.  I finished my book today!!! - fishmommie thank you for your help and advice - showmebutterfly Even Monday's are better with severum - showmebutterfly Merry Christmas - steeler58 Here's to the holidays! - Slaphppy7 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brhino View Post
    Thanks guys - I'm hoping it's not a young one, it seems like they require more work than the adults do.

    I've seen a few sites speak highly of their temperament and/or personality. What does that really mean, in terms of a lizard? I had an iguana when I was a kid and it became quite ill-tempered as it got older. Became very hard to manage.
    BD's are mild mannered and not as pugnatious as iguana's. They sit well in your hand and are not bad at biting or tail whipping. My old one liked being pet between the eyes. Also took hand feeding dead/frozen crickets.

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    i had one growing up and they are great, i loved mine, when i was home he was always with me. i also had an iguana and that sucker was mean, so i prefer the bearded dragon.

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