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RE: Bad Striker

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Posted by: zorpasg at Tue Mar 18 02:51:46 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by zorpasg ]  
   

I agree with PBM. My dumeril acts the same way too; when he wants to eat his strike is fast and accurate, but when he just wants his peace and quite, his strikes are way off. When I first acquired the little guy I was under the impression that he had some sort of problem when he missed during his strikes, most of the times by a great distance. But then I realised it was his way of scaring away the rat I was giving him, as if it was trying to tell it to go away!!! But when he was hungry, believe me he never missed by a millimeter.

So I wouldn't worry if I were you. You'll check out his accuracy when he feeds.
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