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RE: New to Uros, some help please

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Posted by: Paradon at Sat May 25 16:52:14 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Paradon ]  
   

I have my Mali for 5 years and never once feed him bugs. His bones are very strong and he feel very heavy. They do fine of veggies and other stuff like eltoro mention as long as you supplement him with calcium and multivitamins... Dont over do on multivitamins as it can be toxic. dusting the food with multivitamin once or twice a week is enough. With the calcium I do it about 3 times week and I usually use the calcium with vitamin D3 added cause they live indoor, unless you have an outdoor enclosure but that is not recommend cause they need a very hot cage to thrive like eltoro mention. I too keep the hot side about 100 degree and under light it's usually 120 degree or highter; the cool end is about 85-90 degree.


   

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