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baby just not feeding............ can anyone help?


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Posted by Rhacodactylusuk on December 12, 2002 at 05:52:30:

I have several (6) young crested's all are feeding fine except one. He refuses crickets (i have tried several sizes, brown and black) tiny mealworms and waxworms. If i put his nose into baby food or mashed fruit he will lick himself clean but nothing more. He is in the smallest pen pal, with a couple of branches and kitchen towel, I mist him once a day. He does lick water from the sides. I have 9 adults in the room as well and they all seem to flourish.
My room sits at 25 deg C during the day and drops to 22.5 deg C at night. I have tried increasing temps a little but still to no avail. The wee guys starting to look very thin and my concerns are growing so any help would be extremely welcome. Thanks in anticipation, David





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