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RE: Ornery Cals

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Posted by: Varanuslifer at Wed Jul 12 10:42:11 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Varanuslifer ]  
   

That's odd, i guess it's more common then not but i've never seen an aggressive cal king and all the ones i've ever seen are wc straight from the desert, like my little guy i just caught he doesn't squirm or defecate just lets me pick him up. maybe he is just thankful for a good home and plenty to eat, lol. Are yours adults or hatchlings?? maybe they are just set in their older grumpier ways. kind of like monitors, if i get a monitor that will grow big enough to do some serious damage to me then i'd rather get him as a hatchling then a sub-adult to adult. which by the way how is your quince doing?? Anyway maybe just more time slowly bit by bit you can get them to calm down. take care!

New pic i took this morning, Snake-Eyes loves his/her cage/ need to probe him/her sometime. and yes That is his name, he has a dot on the top of his head which reminded me of dice and that is also my fav G.I joe char when i was a kid lol, enjoy!


   

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