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That HAS to be what my crested has!


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Posted by meretseger on January 12, 2003 at 06:00:13:

In Reply to: whats floppy tail??????????? posted by crestedcham on January 11, 2003 at 12:25:51:

His tail is always stick straight and falls back over his head when he hangs upside down. I always dust his crickets, and the other three geckos (1 crested and 2 cats) that I own get the same diet. Granted, the other crested doesn't have a tail. Also, ever since this started happening, he lost all his tameness and goes completely wild when I try to handle him, which is bad because the only way he eats fruit is if I hold it right in front of him. Does anyone else have any more concrete info?




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