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Citrus Fruits


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Posted by LdyPayne on April 30, 2003 at 20:31:34:

In Reply to: Citrus Fruits posted by mikecoscia on April 30, 2003 at 10:20:27:

:Reptiles supposedly cannot break down citrus fruits properly. Not to mention most have a negative reaction to the stuff. It is safer just to avoid it even though small amounts are probably not harmful.
:-Mike
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Than explains why there is no mention of citrus fruits that are good for my beardie. Was going to give him a bite of an orange one time but didn't as I didn't recall reading it was alright to give them oranges. Don't think my beardie likes any fruit anyway...it never touches any fruit I give him so I stopped trying.

Will keep this in mind when I do get around to picking up a crested gecko...but won't be doing that for a few months...going to be moving in two months and don't see a need to put a new reptile in two moves when I can wait a few more months and limit it to just one move.





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