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Posted by Lightning_Hunter on April 18, 2002 at 14:23:01:
I have 2 full grown alligator lizards in a big cage. I have a flouresent lamp in there with UVA and UVB lighting, and I have a heat lamp. The cage stays around 70-75 degrees during the day, and it cools down a little at night. Both lizards used to hunt down crickets and sit under the heat lamp when i first caught them years back. Over the years they seem to be slowly getting more lazy. They both look healthy and fat, and they both eat just as much as they used to, but they don't ever come out of their hiding places anymore. They just hide for months. They don't hunt down crickets either. They just wait untill a cricket walks right in front of them then they eat it. does anyone have any idea why they do this? The same thing happens to all Alligator lizards I have owned in the past. It almost seems as if they get spoiled and become lazy.
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