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Posted by jason111 on May 09, 2003 at 14:53:02:

In Reply to: eating human hair posted by SBShortie on May 09, 2003 at 11:34:58:

with my fiances hair but she doesn't go in their enclosure,at least once a week i have to remove a hair from 1 of their mouths and once i had to pull 1 from ahem the exit and it was still hanging out the other end,so no it is not nice for them but hair is notorious for blocking human intestines(gory detail for today: awoman was reported to have had a 5lb "tumor" removed from her stomach which turned out to be a hairball,she chewed on her hair when she was nervous).
see yah
jason
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:yesterday and today i had to pull a piece of my hair out of my lizards mouth/throat/stomach. He doesn't look very happy when I do it. Ummm I have no idea how my hair is getting in their cage other than maybe it falls in when I feed them. Is there harm in letting him eat my hair or should I keep pulling it out? Thanks...sorry this question is so weird





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