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    Thank you for the wonderful video. I have a question, that huge lizard at about the middle of the video, who it it? And what type? He is gorgeous!
    Hello all my name is Mariana, mother to the green iguana Johnny

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    Haha that is Meatlug. She is a bobtail lizard or shingleback. Tiliqua rugosa. She is beautiful and really easy to handle.

    Thanks for watching.

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    Therefore, I ask the themes for all your pets.Name:  подмигивает.gif
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Size:  832 Bytes You have very beautiful and well-groomed animals.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimzel View Post
    Therefore, I ask the themes for all your pets.Name:  подмигивает.gif
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Size:  832 Bytes You have very beautiful and well-groomed animals.
    Thank you, but I donít quite understand the question.
    The theme?
    Is that to do with names? Or the enclosure set up?
    Let me know and I will respond. :)

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    We try to create topics in the relevant sections. For example, in the Salt and Freshwater Aquariums section, you can create a separate topic about your beautiful fish. In the Snake section you can show your snake. You pay attention to each of your pet. And we will be glad to hear news about them. And of course we will be happy to have photos and videos.
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    They are very cute.
    My name is Sharon, mommy to Malakai. We live in Vacaville, CA in the US.

    If it's meant to be it'll be, if it ain't it won't... it's life, live with it.

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    I did notice your salt water tank in the video. I also have a salt water tank. It starts with a small one, then you need to get a bigger one, then you need 125 gallons! Well, maybe not you, but that's what happened to me. I would love to see a thread (as Irina says a "theme") about your salt water tank and it's inhabitants.

    For your information, Irina is using a translator. You will see "theme" instead of "thread."
    My name is Sharon, mommy to Malakai. We live in Vacaville, CA in the US.

    If it's meant to be it'll be, if it ain't it won't... it's life, live with it.

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    Oh ok thank you sdellin.

    I would love to start a thread on my other pets
    I know what you mean about upsizing all the time. I also started out with a small tank and have slowly upgraded. I would love a really big tank one day I just need the space haha.

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    I will tell you this: Don't get mushroom coralimorphs! You may already know this, but they take over the entire aquarium. I had to turn off the lights above my tank and wait for them to die off. I hate to kill anything or let anything die, but I had some really nice corals in my tank, but the mushrooms just smothered everything. I have another couple weeks for the last few to die off, then I can start working on turning my tank into a reef tank again.
    My name is Sharon, mommy to Malakai. We live in Vacaville, CA in the US.

    If it's meant to be it'll be, if it ain't it won't... it's life, live with it.

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    Yes I am going through the same issue with mine. I have tried to separate the rocks so they canít spread to where most of my hard corals are.

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