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Iguana 10 months old for free & tank for sale

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi All
I have a 10 month old Green Iguana free to a good home (following conditions must apply)
Iguana's grow very large (upto 6ft including tail) and require correct food, heating, uv and loads of space).
I will only give this lizard to someone who knows what they are getting long term and will look after him correctly.

I do have 3ft wide by 3ft high and 2ft deep Viv with heating,uv etc... which can be sold with the lizard for £100 but this will only last around 6 - 9 months at a guess until a large space is required

Collection only just north of Gloucester.

Thanks

Chris

p.s will upload pictures shortly
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Jesus 6ft!
#2
great guard for a home, lol
#3
he is only small at the moment, body about 9 inches then with tail around 27 inches,
Its the tail which makes up there size, fully grown 2.5 feet with 3.5 foot tail
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Link to reptile forum :
If you don't get anyone to look after him on here ... I'm sure there's pleanty of people who will take him off your hands here http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/
#5
thank you snowtiger, will have a look
#6
Iguanas are great pets, really placid and love attention, beware they grow very large and last approx 25yrs but are easily kept if you know what your doing, not expensive to keep as they turn into herbivores when they mature, I currently have a 10yr old 5.5ft Iguana, This is a great price considering he is offering the tank and accessories, fair shout m8, would have him myself but keep to many reptiles at present :roll:
#7
i know someone that might want him, hes a breeder
#8
Thanks for the info Portchy, but placid is not a wold I would use for this one, Great to watch but It would be unfair of me not to say this, He is not currently tame, Iam sure he can be, I have given it ago but sadly I have not had the time to spend with him. Which is the main reason I need to let him go due to being un air on him.
Adding pictures Now
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#10
Chrisg82
Thanks for the info Portchy, but placid is not a wold I would use for this one, Great to watch but It would be unfair of me not to say this, He is not currently tame, Iam sure he can be, I have given it ago but sadly I have not had the time to spend with him. Which is the main reason I need to let him go due to being un air on him.
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fair shout for your honesty, as long as you spend time or allow him to see you through the vivarium he should get used to you, Mine was a nightmare when it was little but I started hand feeding him to gain trust and over time they can be fine, I can literally just leave mine out all day an aslong as they have somewhere warm and high to purch they are happy(they are aboral so they really depend on being as high as pos as it makes them feel safe), their quiet lazy 2 lol and they only go to the toilet in there tank when trained, they are very clever reptiles
#11
Thanks
Must admit, I will be sad to see him go, But I have 2 young kids and the wife said it's her or him lol,
It took me a couple of days to chose. Even thought i had a easy way out lol
#12
Just wanted to add that the lizard has now also been posted on the site that was recommend to me, (the tank has not been mention) for a note to mods if this is not allowed please close thread.

Thanks

Chris
#13
awwewww he is beautiful. i would have loved him but too far and we just got a tortoise. my hubby might kill me.
#14
he is fun to watch, loves being sprayed with water as well, just needs taming for being picked up
#15
jennie-jack
awwewww he is beautiful. i would have loved him but too far and we just got a tortoise. my hubby might kill me.
I've had a Carolina Box Tortoise for 20+ years.. They are meat eaters, and I feed him mainly worms..
#16
I also have 2 bearded dragons, they are very easy to keep and fun, even my son can hold them.
#17
Just showed wor lass, she's fell in love with him, I always promised her a Iguana but Gloucster is too far, She already has a corn snake and a beardie (like the lizard not a fan of the snake).
#18
any takers?
#19
just to let people know I might have found someone for the Lizard, just waiting to hear back from them.
thanks

Chris
#20
I am interested in both the Iguana and Vivarium, can collect both this weekend?
#21
The Lizard has now gone, If anyone is still intrested in a Viv plesase let me know
I have 2 which are complete setup to take most liz or snakes

thanks Chris

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