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RE: Gonocephalus grandis...?

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Posted by: Bob1515 at Wed Mar 21 17:19:30 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bob1515 ]  
   

Hi jobi!
I think the shower was a positive thing... They seemed to go back to the normal, darker coloration almost immediately after being put into their tank. I just thought it was a good thing to do as it would make sure they were hydrated. You think it does more harm than good? well, I don't have to do it again.

I do like to put all my lizards outside in nice weather in screen cages and spray them with the hose. (Our hose has a misting attachment.) I do believe that this is a good thing to do, yes?

For the sexes, is the one on the left the male? I definitely have at least one with the snout like the one in the right picture. You'll have to forgive me, I'm not sure which is which! I will give mine a more thorough looking over later tonight when I get back. I can't now. I'm not kidding, it takes forever to catch them, they are sooo fast. They usually congratulate me by biting my fingers!

Thanks so much, I'll be in touch!



Bob


   

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