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RE: Crotch Shots

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Posted by: Ryan2691 at Sat Jan 27 18:39:41 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ryan2691 ]  
   

Mine is about full grown. He was wild caught so I have no idea how old he is. Also, I don't even bother weighing him since a full belly can make all the difference in weight. If he ate two worms, his wieght would increas by 20grams. I don't if that is right or not, but stil can make a big difference. So I don't bother.

If Jobi thinks youy's is going to double in mass, than mine is most likely a bit older.

Also, is it possible the worm got into your substrate? That WOULD explain why he isn't there now. Hahaha. Also, crickets are excape artists, and tend to die. But here is what I think:

I notice that MHDs who spend most there time up hiegh ( 2ft) Tend to make a routine visit to the ground, usually during the cooler hours of the day, to eat, drink, and deficate, then return to the exact same position they were in (Referred to as their "favorite perch"- by me). So, if you see signs of defication, or other things of that nature, it is assumable that your MHD spent time hunting also. That doesn't mean he caught anything, but he did make an attempt.

At least this is how it works with me : )

This is the same dragon, a while back. He goes from Blue to Green to Brownish/red.



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