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Posted by: CousinMike at Tue Feb 28 03:47:21 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CousinMike ]  
   

Does anybody who has commented on the posts below know FOR SURE, without a SHADOW of a DOUBT, with 100% CERTAINTY, that this is actuallty zonata disease in the FIRST PLACE? A lot of conjecture and jumping the gun, and assuming is what I'm seeing. And I don't mean this is coming from the customer who bought these animals, I mean the others who posted. I've seen zonata disease and it's ravaging effects on a collection years ago, MY collection, (only zonatas themselves were affected), and this disease takes no prisoners. It acts very quickly killing the animals in a relatively short period of time. So, I'm a neutral party just trying to see if this is really what is going on. I'm not questioning anyone's knowledge or husbandry practices, or integrity. Just asking some questions that have not been asked. Does anyone know FOR SURE? Seems we SHOULD before we start labeling something. Are the animals still alive, feeding, thriving? If they are doing all of the previously mentioned, it's very likely this is not zonata disease.( Yes, I KNOW, that's also an assumption on my part). So, off my soap-box for now...


   

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