Ok, I've done my research on Argentin'es and I know the minimum for an adult 8'x4'x4'. I'm in the Air Force Reserves and got called into active duty over the Summer and a pet store in the area by the post actually got 2 B&W Argentines in. I guess they would be call sub-adult but not sure. Their lent is somewhere around 20" I'd say with the tail and bodies are a about 2.5 - 3 inches in Diameter. They told me they had "Just got them in that day and it took them 2 years to get them some in stock". They then said "that one of their workers had already bought the darkder one". I asked and they claimed they were captive bread although they thought they would be smaller and were suprised by their size when they had arrived that day. Both Lizards looked very healthy with not suffs or scars or any sign of injuries. As far as disposition, you could put your hands in the cage and pet them and they were very gentle and would just close their eyes as you stroked their backs and showed no sign of aggression. They would however squirm like crazy if picked up. I assume that is do to lack of handling. I guess since this is my first time seeing them in person, does it sound like they are really captive bread and would that be the normal expected disposition of a Tegu that had just arrived with not much handling? They had them in 40 gallon breeders. I have 8 more weeks on post and can not have an animal here but own my home back home with a spare bedroom. They told me that if I put 30% down they would keep the lizard "In laway" and care for it over the 8 weeks until it was time for me to go home as long as I made a payment every few weeks. Total price for the lizard withought tax $249.00 So does this sound like a captive bread and a good deal? I sense no deceipt from the pet store as they were quick to explain the difference between argentine's vs. columbians. (Even though I already knew) In fact they took me around the corner to show the difference as they had columbians in stock for $59.00 Just curisous to get input. Also at the lizard's current size, what size terrarium would I need factoring in growth rate to last 18 months until I get my house renovated and dedicate a 6' x 10' as the lizards final inclosure? Also please note, I already have a blue tongue skink. I understand the Tegu is different, has different requirements, gets bigger and requires more food. I'm just throwing this out there so people know I'm not completely inexperience before making a commitment to the Argentine. Once again thanks for your time!