Hi! I am the new owner of an Argentinian black and white tegu named Morpheus. My boyfriend and I have had him for a little over two weeks, and he is adjusting very well. Morpheus is a little under six months old. Shortly after we got him, I noticed two odd, blister-like bumps on his back, and despite having done tons of research, I can't figure out what they are. My boyfriend has had reptiles before, but Morpheus is our first tegu and I want to make sure that we are doing everything that we can to take care of him. I think that they might be scarring from an old injury from before we got him, but I want to be sure, and I certainly want to cure them if possible. They do not seem to hurt him at all (he doesn't seem to notice a difference when I touch them), and have not increased in size since we got him. The bumps are solid like the rest of his skin, not mushy. He recently shed his skin, but I know that they are not the result of stuck shed or anything like that (in fact, he shed with no problems whatsoever). When I first noticed them I thought that the bump might come off when he shed, but it obviously did not. Does anyone recognize what these are?