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Posted by: boachick1985 at Sun Mar 31 08:21:03 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by boachick1985 ]  
   

Now, first off this is NOT ment to insult or enrage anyone, I've been out of the reptile trade for the last 5-6 years and just getting back into everything and was just shocked when I looked at the new dragons out and need a little help understanding. I dunno, to me they look....terrible. Like a birth defect or something. Do they require different care? They're skin looks so delicate and sickly and I've read a something saying that the animals maybe have a higher chance of nerologic (i know, can't remember how to spell it) disorders as well. I just seems kinda inhumane to breed something just because they show outrageous colors at the expense of they're overall health. Anyway, don't yell at me, like i said, been outta the loop for a while and maybe i'm missing something. Thanks


   

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