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RE: Gallotia eisentrauti

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Posted by: Ingo at Mon Sep 10 12:06:09 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ingo ]  
   

May depend on the acutal breeder strain. But I have to repeat that when I strated to breed eisentrauti, repeatedly babies killed siblings within a few day after hatching.
With some care, some hatchlings could be raised in small groups, but the majority had to be kept single.
Only in very small enclosures, aggressivity was lost in adults as well as in babies. But thats not the way I want to go. I kept adults in 4 x 3 x 4ft minimum.
I heard of few keepers with less agressive animals, but also of several guys having exactly the same problems.
So it may depend on the actual animal. But I have seen to many eisentrautii to kill each other to stop warning.

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