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Posted by: discover_truth at Sat Oct 13 14:50:52 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by discover_truth ]  
   

I have a summer 2012 female tiger retic het albino that I would like to breed in the future with my male albino retic. I purchased her only three days ago and i had her shipped to me. Here is my problem, she is extremely aggressive and very nippy. she was burrowing herself underneath the substrate for a couple days and now she is out and about which is progress. she has also eaten a rat which im happy about. I realize it is hard on these animals to be shipped across the country. I would really like some advice on things i can do to make sure i dont have a giant aggressive animal. What are some tips on how to get her to calm down a bit? Im fairly new to dealing with reptiles and im in the learning process so im open to try anything someone has to offer me. Thank you very much for reading this and helping me.


   

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