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is the weight on these good?

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Posted by: fishkeeper88 at Mon May 24 18:34:07 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by fishkeeper88 ]  
   

finaly got a new battery for my scale and got to weigh these two chucks:

the one pictured in this thread is 11" or a bit less and 122gs

the other one wich i thought was smaller and thinner came out at about 12" and 142g

it was hard to get there length as they kept puffing up and bending there tails, what kind of weight should they be at? they are both eating very well now anything i put in the cage and are more active,


   

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