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some advice..please?

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Posted by: amelthia at Mon Apr 20 11:58:35 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by amelthia ]  
   

I have recently been looking around at some GTPs but I'm unsure as to whether I can adequately take care of one. I have kept bloods for years with no problem, so I don't think maintaining proper humidity should be a problem. I've read, on a few pages, that many GTPs will not drink from a water bowl..true or false?..Also, I know this is a rather obscure request but is there anyone who keeps both bloods and GTPs that can give me some indication as to the difference in level of care that is required. I have done a lot of reading, however I had a conversation with someone years ago that told me the slightest slip up with a GTP and they're dead, they don't bounce back. However, over the past few years I have heard this, and other things about bloods that just aren't true..so can anyone give me an idea of how resilient they really are. I have had my bloods get a rattle from time to time that clears up within a day or so with a slight adjustment to their environment...but never anything major.
Thanks,
Kim


   

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