Would you believe that we rescued a green iguana 2 yrs ago in September? He was left on a school lawn when the temps were in the 40's to 50. He has settled in nicely and is very calm for a male. Of course, iguanas are demanding but I think we're very lucky with this guy. He's missing part of his tail that unfortunately isn't going to grow back and quite a few of his toes are crooked. Whoever had him before evidently didn't know how important proper UVB lighting is. We figure that he's around 4 years old. This is Launi.
Clapton is acclimating okay I think. He's quick as lightning so I'm not sure how much I should bring him out of his house yet. He's not at all interested in his salad though. I wonder if I should change what I'm giving him. Least he's eating his crickets.
Things to do:
Buy calcium powder
Material to raise surface for basking spot
Scenery decals for back of tank
Hi everyone, I have a question please. I have a thick branch I got from outside. It has been in freezing temperatures so I know that it is insect free. I took it off the ground and sat it up during a night we got down to 15 so the entire thing would freeze. Well tonight I put white vinegar all over it too cleanse it since it won't fit in my oven. Do I need to rinse with water tomorrow or is it fine left alone dried?