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New red foot hatchling not feeding

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Posted by: labendwa at Sat Feb 20 15:35:02 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by labendwa ]  
   

Hatched a red foot two weeks ago. Just not eating. Make just nibble a bite here or there. Looks great, runs around but shows only limited interest in food. From parents I hatched 15 years back. Don't remember those not starting to eat in two weeks. Yolk sac absorbed. Keeping in 70 to 85 degree variations between ends of tank. Using sphagnum damp and dry with hides. Water available. Separate it into tub with water on one side and food in middle. Has been offered chopped lettuces, carrots shredded, worm chunks, meat tiny pieces, etc. only picked up some little lettuce. Tore with foot. But otherwise not much. Any ideas? Thanks.


   

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