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RE: On the loose........

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Posted by: mssdds at Tue Apr 12 18:04:01 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mssdds ]  
   

Last year my daughter was looking at our seven hatchling emoryis and left the lid ajar slightly. All seven got out. I eventually found all of them in the same enclosed room where they got loose. However, in your situation there are a lot more hiding places, so be patient. One of my friends lost his Tokay gecko at home and didn't see it for a year or so. It was a juvie when it escaped, but fed on insects in the house for many months, growing in size. One day he accidentally dropped something behind his fridge and moved the fridge out to get what had fallen behind it. When he bent down, he said the lizard screamed in his ear from about two inches away on the back of the fridge, and just about scared him to death. It was very healthy and robust from eating presumably every insect, spider, etc, it could get its jaws on.

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