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RE: New senegal update...she laid eggs...

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Posted by: Carlton at Fri Oct 24 11:56:57 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Carlton ]  
   

Egglaying is a big drain on a cham so she's probably exhausted. Doesn't mean she's doomed though. You can help her recover. If she's not drinking mist her very gently with warm water and drip some Pedialyte on her nose to see if you can give her some electrolytes and calories. Once she's drinking on her own stop the Pedialyte. Make her cage easy to move around in so it doesn't take too much energy to get to the basking spot or hiding areas (more branch pathways). Offer her some soft bodied insect treats like waxworms, or if you can get them silkworms or young tomato hornworms (cultured). Chams get excited by green insects. Hope she makes it!


   

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