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Old 08-16-03, 10:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Since the lizard is not eating i suggest you NOT to handle it before this lizard is probably WC and is highly stressed.
If the lizard eats, then, the next day you can start handle it slowly and gently.
Your first priority is to take it to a vet. Until then don't handle it and provide small quantities of live food. Try alive pinkies or silkworms or even better waxworms because waxworms are hugh in fat. Many insects will frustrate the lizard. Put small quantities and from a distance, see it's reaction. If eats them, put more.
Keep us informed and good luck~Greg
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