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RE: Some Quick Ahaetulla prasina Questions

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Posted by: 13lackcat at Thu Apr 19 15:03:50 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by 13lackcat ]  
   

As already mentioned I would not think that these guys would do well in rubbermaids, they need natural light as they are dinural animals. I have a bunch that I have managed to get started on mice, but the others refuse fish and mice, i feed them tree frogs or anoles whenever they are available, but they have gotten used to being forcefed pinkys, it doesn't seem to stress them out too much because i have a pair that i have been forcefeeding regularly for around 2 years now and they are still doing well.


   

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