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Mardoch the Iguana

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Mardoch the Iguana

Iguana

green scales

creeping smelling lazing

Iguanas can see shapes, shadows, colors and movement at long distances.

cunning, plant-eating, coloring

long tailed

Lizard

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  1. That was another excellent post today. You make it look so easy. Thanks so much for sharing. I really enjoyed reading it very much. Have a wonderful day!

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  2. That’s one very handsome lizard :) and a great poem!

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    • Thank you. She is a great specimen of an iguana I am told. Mardoch belongs to my son-in-law, and I am sometimes called upon to lizard-sit. As long as I don’t have to handle Mardoch, I am okay with it. Enjoy the day. :)

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    • No, it belongs to my son-in-law. I have lizard-sat for Mardoch while he was away. This means that I have to feed the iguana. I have never actually been around when my son-in law lets it out of its cage. I don’t really think I want to be. Iguana’s can be quite territorial. I am a dog person, myself, and I don’t really see the purpose of having an iguana. However, my son-in-law loves Mardoch and has had her for eight years. To each their own, I believe. Enjoy the day! :)

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      • My daughter just got a ‘small’ gecko for one of her sons as he has allergies and this is a pet he has for his own..it’s small though only grows to 10 in front to back including tail…like you say to each their own I prefer cats (and dogs) Diane

      • I am sure your grandsons appreciate their new gecko pet. It is hard when allergies are involved. Enjoy the day.

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