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Re: Looks great! how heavy...


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Posted by JohnStyner on April 07, 2003 at 10:14:41:

In Reply to: Looks great! how heavy... posted by Sofia_C on April 07, 2003 at 09:28:26:

Thanks. The Igs do love it. thay actually don't like to come out. I handle Tuffy the male every day. When I take him out he tries to get back in.

The rocks are very heavy. I only dig them up to check up on them when they estivate or brumate or to get eggs. All of the base rocks are on whole or pieces of bricks that are on their side. When I lift the base rocks you immediatly see the tunnel networks or the Ig. the eggs are a different story as I have to dig for them even after lifting the rocks.
John Styner

:Looks great!!
:But how heavy are the rocks? It must take you quite som time to find them if they're hiding? Have you digged in the sand too, or are the stones enough?

:Great enclosure :) your lizards got to love it :)

:best regards
:Sofia





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