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Thread: A pair of albino red tegus

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    Default A pair of albino red tegus

    These are my new albino red tegus....

    Just kidding...haha! Jon from Albinos Unlimited has this pair and shared some photos on our Facebook group last night. I didn't think he would mind if I brought them here as well.

    Albino red male


    Albino red female
    Laura R (FL)
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    there beautiful!
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    Very cool looking.
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    looks cool, maybe its just the pic but the male doesnt look like he has any scales on his face

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    Male doesn't look even remotely male to me and I'm pretty sure they're at least 2 or 3 years old so I'd think there'd be some jowels there by now but who knows.

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    Wow. They look awesome. I really like the female a lot. Thank you so much for sharing. I have never heard or seen a red albino Tegu before.
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    Amazing! I have never seen nor heard anything about such a creature. I wonder where they came from.
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    They are not mine, but I thought they were sent to him from a farm in S America. I don't know the exact location.
    Laura R (FL)
    1.0.0 Colombian Tegu
    1.4.0 Argentine B&W Tegu
    1.2.0 Red Tegu
    1.2.0 B/WxRed Tegu
    1.0.0 Green Ameiva (yet another teiid)
    7 other lizards
    1 little gator
    3 FL box turtle
    1 Sulcata tortoise
    16 snakes
    5 fuzzy pets
    4 little frogs
    a bunch of creepy bugs
    and a partridge in a pear tree

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    Outrageously beautiful!!!
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    Maybe not the typical male jowls, but that's definitely a male head.

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