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Lost Reptile

AZ, 85323
Pet name:
Sex Uncertain
Rust or Reddish, Rust or Reddish, Black
Coat type:
Not Applicable
Coat length:
Not Applicable
Collar info:
Identify markings:
bright red, picture is old and not vary accurate
Eclipse was probably hibernating meaning he was likely to appear dead but is not dead hiding in a tree but now it is to warm for that. He is arrogant and unknowing of how sharp his claws are, the picture of him is a old picture and he is a lot bigger. Eclipse was never a wild iguana and is usually nice but might not be since he has ben missing for a little while. he loves piano and high places, not scared of small animals like cat's, If found pleas return to me I love this iguana and have taken care of him since he was a baby iguana.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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