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RE: Males vs. Males in the wild

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Posted by: wildheart1 at Thu May 5 04:01:48 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by wildheart1 ]  
   

I have two males that were kept together in a cage for the first 6 months of their lives. The one, River, were completely withdrawn and he never grew bigger. It took over a year before River started showing personality and today he firmly believes he can concur the world and even chase after my iguana. They are now over 8 years old and still hate each other and will kill if they get an opportunity. I wrote a couple of threads about dragons being kept together and I know that it will spur a lot of argument. Never less, I am against keeping dragons together in one cage purely because in the wild the moment they are born they scatter to get as far away from each other as possible. To me 1% chance of fighting is 100% too much. There is also a link to a website that I found where they load videos of dragons fighting. It is almost as if it has become a new sport like pit bull fighting.
2 Dragons, 1 cage, why not

Here is a video of my dragons, at the end you'll see what happened when they saw each other.
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