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RE: Aggressive Defensive Display Behavior

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Posted by: reptoman at Wed Oct 1 08:26:41 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by reptoman ]  
   

Mic-I am heading out the door so I haven't seen thee you-tube, but I am currently keeping Texas round tails with Solar and the are in a 20W x 18H x 42L cage with Home Depot sand for substrate, and all seem to do well, but I do see this same behavior with respect to turning the side in the roundtails, but they all eat together and seem to get along. to be frank I can't ever remember seeing or even observing a DHL being that aggressive? For that matter any of them. You rightly described such behavior, I have never seen any of the blood squirters go that far, but to be aggressive to the point of biting is unusual.
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