>wait until mine are that big.
my ig .. who's battlescared and mottled. ;)
>evolve from reptiles? weirdness.
of the time span and the interbreeding and stuff, people will have mixtures
of these funky dormant (insert biology mumbo jumbo here, though I think it
actually had some degree of accuracy). All creatures, not just people.
That explains why the captain was becoming a lemur, and some of the other
humans became neanderthols, and Troy became an amphibian.
I think the Iguana they had looked QUITE amusing with the cat's collar
around it's neck. ;) I just wish they hadn't masked purring noises over
To keep this in the flavor of the newsgroup: What about collars, and that
sorta thing? I'd like to take my iguana out for walks, as the previous
owner used to do this, but I don't have a harness or any sort of closed
area for her, and I'm hesitant to take her outside until (A) it gets warm,
and (B) she gets used to the area (and me!) enough that she won't take off
in a flash. I understand they have sorta leather harnesses for them that
go around their chest or something ... but I've never seen them in pet
stores. (haven't looked much, granted)
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