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They are all impressive.....


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Posted by jiffypop on April 24, 2003 at 06:45:28:

In Reply to: interesting... posted by Mark_and_Aimee on April 23, 2003 at 19:17:35:

A Rhino was my first and, to me, will always be the most magnificent. My 2 older Rhinos are the tamest lizards and will actually seek me out for attention, climbing my leg to be be picked up and held. My adult Cuban female is also extremely tame, as you can see by Cindy's photos, and she's also very impressive looking. Either way, you can't go wrong in acquiring a Cyclura as long as you can provide the space they need as adults.


One of my favorite shots of Doonie, and I don't have many because she hates the camera.

:Yeah, that one should be pretty awesome as an adult. I'm debating between a Cuban and a Rhino for my next Cyclura - I hear the Rhinos are the more impressive of the two.

:Mark

::After speaking with several people with much more experience than I have we've come to the conclusion that this lizard is probably a Caymanensis/Cuban hybrid with emphasis on the Caymanensis. Whatever it is, it's going to be a stunning creature as an adult, but aren't they all? :)

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