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RE: "the chances of the world changing"

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Posted by: unchikun at Tue Apr 13 17:29:41 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by unchikun ]  
   

the film showed eggs and hatchlings he had, and one entertaining shot showed a grunting male of some small species chasing a female around, so i guess he did at least a little breeding.

as an aside, the urge to "rescue" was what got me my pet redfoot, in the long run. years ago i saw an ornate wood turtle in a bone-dry enclosure with little water and no food in a chain pet store which shall remain nameless,so i asked that they please moisten his enclosure and top off his water. on a return visit to check on him, he looked much better (especially his skin) and was more active. i was taken in with the fellow, and even took my boyfriend to see him. someone else bought him before i finally decided to make the plunge, though.

while researching thecare of the wood turtle, i learned more about turtles and tortoises in general, and decided on a redfoot after someone else bought the wood turtle. i placed my order with abbott's turtle farm and the rest was history.


   

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