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RE: Most docile GTP type.

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Posted by: Brandon Osborne at Sun Jun 7 20:16:12 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Brandon Osborne ]  
   

>>Maybe it's the picture but that sorong chondro looks tiny! Sorongs and Aru's are IMO the calmest chondros you will come across! I will be working with high white aru's in the near future!
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>>John Light

The interesting thing about most peoples' experience is that it does vary. The most demonic chondro I ever owned was an adult female Aru. She came to me as a sub-adult and would fly out of the cage with mouth open and keep coming. She was nearly impossible to hook. I've also heard the same of Arus from other keepers as well. Biaks are a very close second. lol. But I'll still take either or.
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