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RE: Few beaded questions...

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Posted by: DennisDeLapJr at Sun Jan 11 07:57:20 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DennisDeLapJr ]  
   

I've only kept beadeds a while but they do love to destroy thier cages almost immediately after cleaning. After a while I learned to think its sorta neat watching them construct comfortable burrows n dens outta a thick layers of newspaper and cardboard boxes.They like to hide when they want to. I think a naturalistic cage wouldn't be a problem though as long as the rocks n logs n such were set up crush proof.

Personally unless it was a huge huge cage, I'd avoid keeping them together. I know its possible and has been done, but these animals can be really aggressive and are very valuable and I can't imagine the heart break to come home from a long day of work to find my babies legs ripped off or worse.

PS folks...um uh I was so lucky yesterday! Give you a clue
I now own a child sired by likely the most spectacular captive cinctum on this planet. nah nah nah nah nah! Yep daddys on cover of a book! ok ok gotta breath! My camera doesn't do my collection justice at all anymore but I guarantee ya in a couple months I'm gonna start getting mouths waterin and jealous folks sad!

Thanks again to Dr Seward and Mr Angeli for sharing your knowledge and amazing animals so willingly. Its been great having both of your support venturing into this project. I can't show my gratitude enough!


   

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