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Horn on the side of her head.

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Posted by: 5Ancestors at Thu Feb 1 22:56:18 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by 5Ancestors ]  
   

Greetings. I picked up this WC MHD from a reptile show almost three weeks ago, and I'm hoping one of you can shed some light on the horn located on the side of her head. She has no horn on the other side. (All the vendors I showed her to thought she was female.)

Also, her snout appears a bit more elongated than the images I've seen. At least, the A. Capra images. Are these common traits that I simply haven't encountered yet?

No one works with MHD's in my area, so I'm grateful for the information all of you have been posting here. She looks 1,000 times better in these photos, compared to when I first brought her home.

The white on her mouth is Reptivite. Didn't notice it until after the photo shoot.

Thank you very much. -Jeff






   

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