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Posted by: nakabaka at Tue Nov 27 13:40:09 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by nakabaka ]  
   

I have a naturalistic viv, here is the vid on it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp06fSQpbZQ not sure if that was appropriate but I'm not sure how to post images yet. My lil girl usually eats in a separate tank, but I'm getting her back into the mode of eating from a small container I offer her crix in. I was offering tiny dubia, from my beardies' colony, but she didn't take to them as well. My problem is, it doesn't matter what I offer, she eats when she wants to but other than that, it seems she's annhorexic (or however you spell that word). If she wants it, she will even eat it right off of my hand. But she hardly ever eats. I DID get her from a pet store, figured my experience so far would be enough to get her back on track. So far I've raised a Nile (nearly 6 foot long female - does NOT get to look at her or my other lizards :D), a pair of Russian tortoises, a breeding pair of beardies, and my sis's pair of 4ft green iguanas. I see all these pics of the areas between the hips and rips being so plump, but hers is just thin. Any suggestions? Is her tank wrong?


   

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