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Long-tail seizure????

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Posted by: gwarlad at Mon May 21 17:09:26 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by gwarlad ]  
   

Hey all,

Bit of a problem. I was misting my long-tails terrarium the other evening, and during, my male had some sort of seizure . All limbs tight against the body, flipping and knocking himself off the tank walls and ceiling . I managed to grab him and held him until he'd calmed down enuf that I could safely put him back in, but his behavior over the last few days has been erratic.

I thought maybe water temp, but the room in which they're kept is small and always 70-75 degrees or so. I"m a bit worried, as he seems to have no interest in food and has been very lethargic since the incident.

The 2 females I keep w/him were/are fine, and have never reacted this way. Any help/advice would ease my mind quite a bit, I"m very attached to them, LOL.


   

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