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The best thing she could do is to return all three iguanas and replacethem with three beardies, if each child ... x 2') enclosure and they can all live together, assuming she can be confident in getting one male to twofemales.

Agreed - though I think the minimum space for 3 adult beardies should be significantly larger. Your dimensions above are what my single stunted deformed beardie has - and he uses every inch of it!

fr0glet
The best thing she could do is to return all ... can be confident in getting one male to two females.

Agreed - though I think the minimum space for 3 adult beardies should be significantly larger. Your dimensions above are what my single stunted deformed beardie has - and he uses every inch of it!

Thinking about it some more, I agree with you. My two currently live in an enclosure the size I quoted above, and I could probably get away with another one in there at a push, but then mine have several hours a day free running time out of their enclosure which makes a huge difference. Some people might not be able to accommadate that so would need a much larger enclosure for three.
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Chloe
I wouldn't suggest keeping multiple beardies together in a single cage. One of the most common emergencies I see is beardies removing their cage mate's toes, tail or even half a leg. I've seen several of these this week alone. I had a female amputate her mate's leg & they had been housed together during breeding season for several years without any incidents. snake lady
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I wouldn't suggest keeping multiple beardies together in a single cage. One of the most common emergencies I see is ... her mate's leg & they had been housed together during breeding season for several years without any incidents. snake lady

Wow! I had no idea beardies could bite that hard!
fr0glet
I wouldn't suggest keeping multiple beardies together in a single ... breeding season for several years without any incidents. snake lady

Wow! I had no idea beardies could bite that hard! fr0glet

Yes i have seen BD's with missing limbs, whole feet.
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Buster
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(pupils grow smaller as they focus,

Do pupils shrink larger as they unfocus?

In this case all old people would have black eyes.

Anna
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Do pupils shrink larger as they unfocus?

The pupils I taught certainly did.

Rob Bannister