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    Blue spots on my iguana

    I've noticed there were some blue spots on him when he is playing with me. He's not yet to be tamed but
    Is that a good sign? The spots aren't here right now... He's not that happy

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    Not always though.

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    Please count the blue spots?

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    W..What? There's like 3 on each sides but I don't know. What does that have to do with anything?
    I'm thinking my iguana is mutation or whatever. Those are sky blue and not-exactly-spots.

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    Forget it. Maybe it's a mutation. I don't know

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    It's hard to tell what you are talking about without pictures.
    And you must remember that we have members from all over the world, there can be problems in the communications. We are just trying to help.
    What do you mean mutations?
    Just because you have an animal that isn't dead yet, doesn't mean you know how to care for it.

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    we cannot tell what you are talking about please post pictures so we know.

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    Ugh... They are just patterns. It's baby blue so it will vanish when the time is right.
    My camera is currently out of my reach. I'll try to get it somehow.

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    Most babies have blue spots on them around the face area, the neck, front legs, dewlap and I think Forest had some on his tummy too. It change colour when they get older.
    I am Afrikaans speaking, excuse my English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iguanaIguana View Post
    W..What? There's like 3 on each sides but I don't know. What does that have to do with anything?
    I will gladly explain to you. Iguanas are prone to fungal infections and it comes in all different colours. If you for example said that there are only 2 spots on the one side then it could indicate an infection. There are always reason behind our questions that might seem bizarre at times.

    You can see the blue here, not the perfect example but all I can find on this computer.

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    I am Afrikaans speaking, excuse my English.

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    That first pic just kills me it's so adorable! I know I am
    Just because you have an animal that isn't dead yet, doesn't mean you know how to care for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucysfriend View Post
    That first pic just kills me it's so adorable! I know I am
    Never would I have imagined that that little baby face will one day break a window.
    I am Afrikaans speaking, excuse my English.

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