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Monitors, tegus, and related lizards

everything about selection, care, nutrition, diseases, breeding, and behavior

by Richard D. Bartlett

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Barron"s Educational Series in Hauppauge, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monitor lizards as pets.,
  • Tegus as pets.,
  • Lizards as pets.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 99) and index.

    StatementR.D. & Patricia P. Bartlett ; illustrations by Laura Barghusen.
    SeriesA complete pet owner"s manual
    ContributionsBartlett, Patricia Pope, 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF459.L5 B37 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination104 p. :
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL981874M
    ISBN 100812096967
    LC Control Number96019488

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These lizards can grow anywhere from 1’-7’ in length depending on the species and environment, and they can live up to 10 years or more. I got 2 males and 6 female jones armadillo lizards from you apx 3 years day I was pleased to find two of the cutest, tiniest babies ever.

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He might also live longer. Personally, we have ackie monitors and an Argentine tegu. We chose the tegu as our big lizard for a number of reasons.

One thing that was important to us was to get a captive bred lizard. We wanted something where we could meet the breeder. We wanted something comfortable around people and less likely to come with health issues. Get this from a library. Monitors, tegus, and related lizards: everything about selection, care, nutrition, diseases, breeding, and behavior.

[R D Bartlett; Patricia Bartlett] -- The book answers all your questions about monitors, tegus, and related lizards. The care, feeding, and behavior. Monitors are generally medium to large sized lizards belonging to the family Varanidae. Tegus are large lizards from South America that can be easily tamed and make great pets.

Everything marked "CB" is captive bred. Anything not marked CB is not captive bred. Monitors, Tegus and Related Lizards: Everything About Selection, Care, Nutrition, Diseases, Breeding and Behavior (A Complete Pet Owner's Manual) Paperback – 1 Nov.

by Richard Bartlett (Author), Patricia Bartlett (Author)/5(16). Tegu is a common name of a number of species of lizards that belong to the families Teiidae and are native to Central and South occupy a variety of habitats and are known for their large size and predatory habits.

Although they resemble monitor lizards, they are only distantly related to them; the similarities are a result of convergent evolution.

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