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Posted by: rhynearson at Mon Aug 3 21:26:40 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rhynearson ]  
   

I have a 20 some year old sulcata that has begun acting very lethargic! I've been in charge of his care for 5 years and am feeding and housing him appropriately according to everything I have read on this forum and in several books.

Prior to my care, his diet was very poor and consisted mainly of fruit. He is outside most of the year and has supplemental lighting in the winter.

There are several other sulcatas of all ages in my group and no others are showing any signs of illness!

Any suggestions as to the problem?


   

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