Species: Argentine Tegu
Distribution: They typically inhabit forest-edge savannahs and adjacent rain forests of Argentina and parts of Brazil and Uruguay.
Size: 4 - 4.5 feet
Food: In captivity, tegus are generally fed high protein diets including things like: raw or cooked chicken, turkey, eggs, insects, small rodents, and fruits. Many captive tegus have an unwillingness to eat fruit.
Tidbit: This tegus, also known as the Giant Tegu, is often considered one of the tamer species.
Lifespan: 15-20 years in Captivity and Wild
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