I recently purchased a sub-adult (approx 7 months old) beautiful blue axanthic iguana. I’ve studied up and am following the advice of reputable breeders and experts on YouTube and in articles. My question is about behavior during taming. After about 2 weeks of acclimation, I began to handle him daily. He is skiddish until I am able to carefully remove him from his enclosure. Then after I first pick him up he calms rather quickly. I try to keep an established daily feeding and lighting ritual and handle him daily. While holding him, I speak quietly and repeat his name so he might begin to recognize it someday and after a short time gently return him to his enclosure. I’m encouraged by his calming and he appears healthy and alert and growing. Will he become more acclimated to me picking him up as he grows and gets more familiar and is this initial skiddish behavior typical? I’d like him to feel less initially threatened and am hoping that will dissipate/lessen with time and commitment to taming and caring for him. Thank you for any feedback.