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RE: HELP!!!!

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Posted by: VICtort at Tue Dec 11 22:55:42 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by VICtort ]  
   

Tiamat, your query is general to the extreme. What are you seeking? They are certainly old enough, presumably large enough, approaching 6 ft.? They are paired up and supervised, and you are sure you have both sexes, Yes? They have good body mass, but not obese, and your chances are good of them breeding. I assume since you raised them for 5 years they are at appropriate temps and you provide the basics of good husbandry. Keep trying, introduce them, give them some time away to feed, and re-introduce. Be sure to supervise, often they are gentle and get along, but sometimes it can get real nasty in a heartbeat, and when you least expect it. When the time is right, they know what to do. Good luck, Vic


   

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