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Posted by: indy_milkshake at Tue Dec 11 00:19:20 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by indy_milkshake ]  
   

My beautiful Milkshake is HUMONGOUS!! She keeps growing even tho she hasn't eaten in over 2 months. I cut a hole in a plastic dish w/lid, bought some sphagnum moss and dampened it. She shed four days ago and only yesterday seemed interested in her new mossy box. She's been in it ever since. Her heater is still on. She seems content.

So now, I just wait and watch? I'm assuming I take the eggs out as soon as she lays them, since they're no good. Will she be protective or territorial? I'm sure she'll be hungry! Is there anything else I need to know or do? Will she be ready to brummate immediately, I mean, after she has time to digest and poop?

I appreciate the help so far!


   

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