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Posted by Bill Moss on November 14, 2002 at 08:07:51:
In Reply to: Re: Hey Bill posted by Accomplice on November 13, 2002 at 20:06:16:
Your's is pretty recently aquired, right?
It may take it awhile to settle in.
Of course when I said I'd never seen mine eat, when I throw food in, it's gone the next day.
:That makes me feel much better. I haven't seen my alligator snapper eat since I got him a couple of weeks back. There were 24 4-5 inch shiners in his pond and I find some floating every day but none seem to have been bitten. Maybe I'll try to count them soon and see if I can figure out if he's eaten any. About 9 dead ones have been tossed out into the yard.
::Being that the environment is so un-natural for them, out in the open with all the people around, some of the animals do not accept the food. The alligator snapper is one of them - in fact, I've never seen him eat and I've had him for three years.