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Spring Warm Up

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Posted by: KevinM at Thu Mar 19 22:31:13 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by KevinM ]  
   

Hooray for Spring!!! My two and half year old Mali is finally waking up from its winter doldrums. I think daylight savings time definitely ramped it up. Its definitely out much more, and feeding heartily once again. Darn thing drives me crazy with the way it goes off feed/feeds sporadically during the winter, even with the heat sources still on and the temps monitored. Thank goodness it doesn't appear to lose much weight!!!!

As I stated above, its a bit over two years old now and is not displaying much coloration. Its only about 10 inches long now too. Does this appear to be an indicator its female??

Thanks


   

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