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RE: Male WD behavior

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Posted by: aworldoffrogs at Wed Sep 6 11:45:55 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by aworldoffrogs ]  
   

Thanks for your answer. I have been handling him inside his cage for a few days before taking him out and his "behavior" has improved. He is quite an active little guy as the female. But, I must admit that I was not following a "handling routine" before.
Now, in the last couple of days I have noticed an strange "odor" coming out of their enclosure. I have changed the substrate since them but the odor persists. It is not in the "water pond" but in the "land" side of their cage. To be more precise, it is concentraded in just one corner of the cage. I do not know what it could be causing it and it does worry me. Any advice about this?
Sorry to ask for more advice, but it is my first pair of water dragons, so I do not have too much experience with them. Any comments regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Again, thanks for your attention
Ana


   

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