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RE: Question for Kelly about my Green

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Posted by: rod1985 at Sat Mar 1 19:42:08 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rod1985 ]  
   

Thank you for the photo's Kelly, they help explain a lot. After your message it is apparent that my Green is in fact female. I see no visible signs of spurs or any indication that exposed spurs used to be there.

And I believe I know why the this female is not as heavy as most I have seen are. You are right she is not a good eater. In fact, she has not eaten at all in the 2 months I have had her. My friend I got her from said she was eating jumbo rats or rabbits. I went and bought a live jumbo rat after her 1 month strike and she wanted nothing to do with it. I dispatched it and tried to offer it again 2 weeks F/T but still she refused. Come to think of it I never seen her bite anything. She doesn't like to be messed with, but shows no aggression whatsoever. She is approx 7 ft currently, and seems to be very docile. Do you have any tips on getting her to eat? I will upload a pic older pic of her for now. I have not been feeling very hot the past couple days, once I back in good health I will remove her from her enclosure and get you some better pics. Thanks for all the advice Kelly, it is greatly appriciated.




   

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