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Phelsuma M Grandis open mouth breathing

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Posted by: herp-keeper at Fri May 21 14:10:45 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by herp-keeper ]  
   

I recently acquired a young (6-7 month) probable female P M Grandis. She's doing well and eating well and everything. Active and very alert. Calming down with handling as well. So everything's going well. I read online they like high temps so I brought her outside today since it's sunny. It's only around 20-25C but as soon as I took her outside she began breathing with her mouth open. Is this normal? What does this indicate? I brought her back inside until I learn what this means.

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