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Reptile Rejuvenation – Wild Inside the National Zoo

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In this episode of Wild Inside the National Zoo, Reptile Rejuvenation, we get to meet three kinds of cold-blooded creatures that are warmly cared for: Aldabra Tortoises, a Grand Cayman iguana, and a Komodo Dragon named Murphy. Biologist Matt Evans and Reptile Keeper Kyle Miller demonstrate how these reptiles are groomed and washed at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo.

Related zoo care: How to take a hyacinth macaw’s heartbeat, Raising Red Panda Cubs Tink & Henry, and Cougar vs. a frozen salmon.

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