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Re: emerald swift


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Posted by nickpurvis on April 09, 2003 at 16:25:04:

In Reply to: emerald swift posted by eswift on April 05, 2003 at 20:48:35:

:I got an emerald swift about a week ago. usually when i go to feed her she eats the first cricket as soon as i dump it in the cage.Today she didn't seem intrested in any of the crickets and then i noticed that she had got a lot fatter then when we got her. I went back to check on her about an hour later and she had layed an egg. I don't know if i should leave it in there or take it out. I don't want to make her mad. Also does anyone know about the breeding of the emerald swifts? thanks

:Im only 14 but from what Ive heard emerald swifts come freom a big range and some from certain parts do lay eggs and some give live birth because Ive heard that in a few books



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