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Worried 'bout my Jax Cham. Monitorboy ?


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Posted by hades-raptor on April 02, 2003 at 09:39:54:

Maybe you would know this, monitor_boy2000? Since You have Jax Cham babies now...

About a month ago I bought a pair of baby Jacksons Chams (four months old now).

The past couple days the female has showed absolutly no interest in eating or drinking. She's been sleeping during the day, and even when I try to feed or drink her, she wont really pay attention to me.. Usualy she would move her eyes around and watch what I'm doing.

And today I finally decided to take her out for a closer look. *sigh* She could barely hold onto my finger. She was wolbling about, her head kept hitting my hand because she couldn't hold it up. Her footing was way off.. barely being able to walk.

I'm so very very worried about her.

What could be wrong? I dont have a UV light (yet)... but I've been taking them out into the sunlight two-three times a week letting them bask for a while.

The other one I have, the male, is doing just fine.. eating, drinking, being his normal self. But why not my female? -.-

Any help at all is greatly thanked!

-Randilyn



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