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Old 07-02-2007, 12:47 AM   #11
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He is amazing! I can see you issues with names, there are so many that suit his looks. My advice wait until his personality becomes obvious and then name him.
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That's one cool looking reptile! It looks like he has an awesome home too!
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Name him George. I've always liked that name for animals. Very nice looking lizard BTW.
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One name leapt to my mind, but I doubt you would want to repeat it in mixed company...

Jacksons can be touchy, susceptible to stress... For example - a local pet store had a display cage of them up front. Someone brought in a B&G Macaw, to board there. From the back of the store, the screams of the Macaw stressed some of the Jacksons to the point that they pretty much dropped dead. The petstore owner was not amused.
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