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    Was Clivia the one that had low calcium, and was rescued from neglect and abuse? I have just watched random videos on YouTube. Im glad I found this Forum.

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    To regret, Clivia died too soon. Name:  Вздох.gif
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    But there is another iguana Zania. She was very lucky that Linky took it. http://reptile-parrots.com/forums/sh...ighlight=Zania
    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    Yes, we know Zania. At first I thought her and Clivia were same one. Then I watched closer and realized there were 3.

    Im not one to cry easily, i just dont, but Clivia's video got it out of me.

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    I also cry every time I see the video of Clivia.Name:  плачет.gif
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    My name is Irina. Sorry my mistakes in English.

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    Clivia was the one with the bone density problem due to metabolic bone disease (low calcium, not enough D3). Now, she was a real rescue, fit for the term of "rescue iguana." Linky gave her the best chance at life, and it was so hard to see her go.
    My name is Sharon, mommy to Malakai. We live in Vacaville, CA in the US.

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