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:)I just want to thank all of you for joining the Tegu Terra Website! I will continue to update and provide lots of information about these terrific Reptiles..

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Reply teguman0301
4:06 PM on October 29, 2013 
Add the video to the forums so more members can enjoy it and it is also a better way. I would have to add the video for you , if it is done on the website.
Reply Carol
6:32 PM on October 26, 2013 
How do I add a video of Mater here?
Reply JessieJ13
10:47 PM on August 22, 2013 
Hey everyone! we just got our baby today! And we had to shout out to Johnny and Tegu Terra! Our baby already loves his home He's ate dinner (10 crickets), napped on his Dad's chest, and played with us on the floor! We are so blessed to find Tegu Terra. We've been waiting two years to get our tegu and we love him already. Thanks Johnny and other staff at Tegu Terra. You guys rock!!
Reply Kyle Murray
9:27 AM on September 12, 2012 
My Tegu got here yesterday, I have never been this satisfied with an animal period and as a result I will be a life long customer, fan, and supporter of Tegu Terra!
Thank you so much Johnny !
Reply teguman0301
7:24 AM on August 30, 2010 
She will want to hibernate at anything lower than 65 degrees..But the ideal temp for hibernation is 55 degrees. Do not feed her for at least two weeks prior to lowering the temps..Tegus also do not like a lot of heat. 115 degrees is a bit too hot. The temp should not exceed 105...I hope this helps!
Reply sonny
12:30 AM on August 30, 2010 
Teguman just moved my female black and white tegu into our storage room 4feet wide---6feet long--- 8 feet high , she is 8mos old 2foot and pretty healthy ,the heat does not exceed 115 degrees, i have a container with damp soil, a 4gallon water bowl, and a good hide spot the concrete stays real cool, my question is: how cold can she get before she will want to hibernate.. in ca the heat is fluctuating so much also what is to hot for her...thanks sonny