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    A turtle peaks out from behind a leaf Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Andrew Desjardins holds Max, an Argentine black and white tegu, Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    In natural light, a dark black scorpion turns flourescent blue Tuesday afternoon as Andrew Desjardins shines a black light on it. "They are one of the oldest species still living on Earth, about 430 million years old," said the owner of Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Walking sticks, a group of highly camouflaged insects, blend into the background Tuesday afternoon in their enclosure at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    A bearded dragon hisses Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Andrew Desjardins holds Max, an Argentine black and white tegu, Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    A frog hangs out Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    A Mexican spring iIguana hangs out in his enclosure Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    A bearded dragon from Australia soaks up the light Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Turtles jockey for position in their enclosure Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Personal notes from visitors cover a wall Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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    Lew S. Ton is "the resident greeter and mouser" at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston, according to Andrew Desjardins, right. The feline waits Tuesday afternoon for visitors to pet him.

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    An Asian water dragon soaks in the light Tuesday afternoon at Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston.

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