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"Someone has released my Australian inland bearded dragon into the wild four months ago and I have been looking for him ever since.I came across a dragon the other day and was certain it was him.this dragon let me touch him many times and didn't even also let me pat him in between his eyes.he still didn't move.when I touched him he closed his eyes for a few seconds and that is exactly what my dragon used to do.I still was not sure if he was mine as my boy was a peachy colour and this dragon was the colour of an eastern water dragon.could he have got that dark and would a wild one let me touch him like I was not sure I left him their to get professional advice.please help me as I am very upset."
"Nikki turner"

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