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Iguana donation will educate about reptile care (with video)

4:05 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
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Quasi, a 38-inch green iguana, once lived in a cage too small for him and was malnourished, which hampered his development and caused him to be handicapped.

Now he's destined for a life at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, set to serve as a lesson to teach others what can happen to reptiles when they don't receive proper care.

Cory Coulthurst, 33, of Plover plans to donate the reptile to the university in the next couple of weeks. Coulthurst said he rescued Quasi about five years ago after the iguana was neglected, kept in a small cage and fed food with little nourishment. ...

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