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Which would you recommend for a first time monitor keeper.

Also any care tips and hints you have laying around would be greatly appreciated. heat, humidity, viv size etc :D

thanking you
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hi i have a lovely little ackie he is absolutly adorrable he is in a 60 liter modified fish tank at the moment and has loads of room he has a great temperement and has bitten me 2 times but throught falt of my own luckily it dosent hurt u just have to make sure u dont put it away strait away outherwise it will asosiat bitting with going home!!!
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go for an ackie mate, i have an ackie aswell, never been bitten not even once!
great fun to watch, you'll never get bored of one lol!
feeding time is class!
 

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hi i have a lovely little ackie he is absolutly adorrable he is in a 60 liter modified fish tank at the moment and has loads of room he has a great temperement and has bitten me 2 times but throught falt of my own luckily it dosent hurt u just have to make sure u dont put it away strait away outherwise it will asosiat bitting with going home!!!
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hi i have a lovely little ackie he is absolutly adorrable he is in a 60 liter modified fish tank at the moment and has loads of room he has a great temperement and has bitten me 2 times but throught falt of my own luckily it dosent hurt u just have to make sure u dont put it away strait away outherwise it will asosiat bitting with going home!!!
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i like ackies, but everyone who has a dwarf monitor has an ackie. plus the peacocks are a quality looking lizard.

I will have both eventually. But i'm not allowed to convert the shed to a reptile room, until i start my NVQ in exotic care.

Anyone keep peacock monitors?
 
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