Whilst perusing Instagram last night I came across a young ladies page who clearly owned multiple reptiles and SEEMS to be relatively knowledgable and experienced. That being said, she had a picture of her Green Iguana about 30ish feet up in the top of a tree. The story was as follows(not verbatim); "while letting him wander around outside the dogs I thought were put away came charging at him causing him to scamper up to the top of a tree, I waited for several hours with no luck when it began raining and I went inside to put away some wood from a project, less than 30 seconds, and when I returned he was gone". This is definitely not the first time I've heard of a reptile escaping but I seem to be seeing it a bit more lately. While it's certainly tragic to lose an animal in such a way I feel it's mostly preventable and hope it never happens to me. I also find one of the best ways to learn is from mistakes. What are some things y'all do to prevent escape and what are some situations in which you've had reptiles escape? Or have you tried anything that just failed to work?