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Posted by Scott Wright on December 24, 2002 at 21:29:51:

In Reply to: Re: Anything i should know about jungle corns?.... posted by tequila on December 24, 2002 at 00:19:11:

I don't get to check every post in any of the forums, as much as I'd love to! I try to get to all of them here on this forum though, and that's how I found your post.

There is no rule about attitudes with these. They can act better or worse than any corn or cal king. Same with breeding, same with feeding. All of their behaviors vary greatly from animal to animal, even within the same clutch!

But as far as colors go there is a definite rule, and it goes like this: Every shed will blind you! Seriously, up to about the age of two years, jungle corns get so much brighter with each shed. It's really amazing to watch one grow up, especially from hatchling to adult.

How is your new one? We'd all love to see pics and info...




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