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The newest member of my herp family. This lovely lady was given to me this weekend. She needs a little fattening up, but her previous owner did take good care of her. She just ran out of time and interest for the beardie. No name yet.... I'm not even sure what her previous owner called her. Historically, I've always called my beardie "Syd", but I currently have a "Big Syd" and a "Baby Syd", so "Lady Syd" just isn't gonna cut it. I'm open to name suggestions, as I've grown far less creative with my names, over the years. (Just not "Nancy", okay?)

Insectra 8 July 17
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Lady Syd would make her a member of the Syd family. She is a beauty.

Mooolah Level 8 July 18, 2018
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she clearly looks like Barbie, sweetly innocent & wired 😀

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I know nothing of lizards except that they are beautiful. Usually when trying to name a creature I wait for them to do something that tells me who or what they are. For instance if she eats everything everywhere NUNU comes to mind, the name of the vacuum cleaner for the teletubbies. If she watches you do strange things you might consider "gromet" from Wallace and Gromet, Gromet was always watching Wallace mess up, like spin around as a spinning drill bit hangs up and Wallace spins with the drill in his hand.

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If creativity isn't a requirement, call her Liz.

JimG Level 8 July 17, 2018
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What about Sydney? 😉 I kid.
Charlize?

Mea Level 7 July 17, 2018
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She is adorable! (And I don't say that very often about lizards.)

dkp93 Level 8 July 17, 2018

And apologies if she's not a lizard.?

Thanks! I think so, too. 🙂

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Peaches! (Because of the coloring...)?

Free_2B_Me Level 7 July 17, 2018
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Drusilla

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I had one briefly that I called Puff the Bearded Dragon.

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