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Posted by: EMWhite at Fri Jan 26 00:35:09 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by EMWhite ]  
   

Hi!
It would appear that you have a capra, looks to be a female, but I can't say for sure. If you could post a pic of the base of his/her tail, I could tell you more. Before I go rattling off opinions and info about them go to froggieb.com. That is the best source of info out there for them, all in one place. I would recommend reading that over, then, if you still have questions, let us know. That way we'll be more on the same page. The only real difference I know of from that site, is they actually need slightly higher temps. than what was once thought (about 85F). Your best bet for up-to-date info on them are forums like these. We are always discussing cutting edge methods of keeping/breeding them. Though that site is an excellent start. There is another good forum at repticzone.com you should check it out. If you like what you see, you could join there also.


Regards, Evan

P.S. This is my male.


   

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