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Re: question for meretseger

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Posted by GaboonKeeper on January 23, 2003 at 19:02:04:

In Reply to: question for meretseger posted by zak on January 23, 2003 at 10:13:46:

Always get pairs.... One animal by its self is useless..... If you are going to keep these animals always try to breed..... Well thats just my opinion..... I hate to see wild caughts for sale..... Lets say out of all the gaboons imported into this country only 5 to 7% live past the first two years in captivity..... Pretty crappy huh??? I have seen hundreds of imported gaboons and every single one I have seen has that tall ridge down the back.... Not to mention all the wonderful parasites that come with them

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