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    Default 11ft x 2ft x 2ft to small?

    Hi guys I'm thinking if getting a black and white tegu but I'm concerned about the space I have for him, I have 11ft length but only 2ft high and wide. Is this to small only being 2ft wide? Is rather not have one than be cruel.

    Kind Regards
    Mike

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    Default Re: 11ft x 2ft x 2ft to small?

    For a permanent it should.be at least 3 1/2 ft wife and high

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    Quote Originally Posted by chitodadon View Post
    For a permanent it should.be at least 3 1/2 ft wife and high

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    Cheers mate, looks like a tegu isn't for me in that case :(

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    Mine's only 3 feet wide and they have adequate space for a heat gradient from front to back. Don't despair -- with only 2 feet to move around may an Argentine or Giant Tegu isn't the case for you. There's still the blue tegu (which has not been noted to get much over 3 feet) and the columbian tegu (which many care sheets will say are aggressive, but lots of keepers here have had great success with them).
    0.1 B&W Tegu (Remington Steel)
    1.0 Extreme Giant Tegu (Smallz)
    1.0 Blue Tegu (Shakespeare)

    0.1 Red Tegu (Izma)
    0.0.1 Caiman Lizard (Bubba)
    0.1 Black Throat Monitor (Tanin)
    1.1 Emerald Tree Boas (Buddy & Ezzy)
    0.1 Lavender Albino Reticulated Python (Leelu)
    1.0 Granite Burmese Python (Reaper)
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    Default Re: 11ft x 2ft x 2ft to small?

    Quote Originally Posted by lilwyhunter View Post
    Mine's only 3 feet wide and they have adequate space for a heat gradient from front to back. Don't despair -- with only 2 feet to move around may an Argentine or Giant Tegu isn't the case for you. There's still the blue tegu (which has not been noted to get much over 3 feet) and the columbian tegu (which many care sheets will say are aggressive, but lots of keepers here have had great success with them).
    That's true u should not give up

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