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Should adult males and females live toge

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Posted by: crusher70 at Fri Mar 7 17:47:41 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by crusher70 ]  
   

In a large enclosure, can/should adult males and females live together year round? I'm interested in opinions. My enclosure is 5' long by 3' deep by 5' high, full of hides abd large basking spots/grapewood. My two females and one male have lived together for years. The male bothers the girls a lot, but they all eat well and they are all healthy. They have laid 105 eggs. None have hatched. Their diet, temps, lighting are all perfect. All three have pretty dull coloring lately. How do I brighten them up?


   

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