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    Hi guys! I found this light green spot on my girl’s back, but it goes away once her color is back to normal. It’s not a neon color, more like her skin tone when she’s not dark. She is shedding currently so I wonder if it’s stress related? Thank you!



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    It is probably a skin blemish. I wouldn't worry too much. Watch for any significant changes in color, size or texture of the spot, it could be a sign of disease.
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