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RE: Hesitant to comment, but . . .

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Posted by: Osira at Thu Jun 18 20:15:39 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Osira ]  
   

I was hoping to breed them at one point in time or another.
But I also just want them to be healthy in general.
So if they do not hibernate they will be just fine?
I've had experience with horned lizards I used to keep.
Late in the season they would get listless and just kind of out of it. The only way to snap them out of it was to let them hibernate.
Do you expose them to any kind of winter Cool-down or temp. drop, or do you keep the temps steady all year around?

I really appreciate all the input you guys and gals have given me, very helpful. I hope you don't mind all the questions.


   

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