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RE: Sumatran red bloods

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Posted by: Rich Crowley at Sun Aug 8 08:49:57 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Rich Crowley ]  
   

Kelly, I noticed mixed responses on the CH bloods and found more often they are defensive likely due to import stress. With good patient care, they should settle down. Personality with bloods and inheritance does have a huge impact on individual attitude. With farmed animals, you are just playing the odds since buyer can't check out the parents. Breeding for appearance and personality will only improve the temperment of babies. I find p. brongersmai to be more nippy as hatchlings over p. breitensteini. I haven't breed P. curtus so cannot speak to that species.
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