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Posted by: mizzy at Fri Jan 2 23:58:09 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mizzy ]  
   

There are a lot of ways to tell the difference; with mature animals the heads are much larger. So seeing the fully mature parents is a give away. Also coloration; white patching, leopard pattern behind the frill, and the way they act. All of my aussies are a little flighty. I dont take them out and handle them very much. But even with the NG's they just hung out. My babies are really cute and frill all the time. More so then when I had NG babies. Why this is... ?? The male (more clear pic) was taken before he brumated, but when he was 2 years old. So he doesnt look "big headed" yet; too young. The female is older; thats what she looks like now for the most part.

I attached a mature male; over 10 years old...





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