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Re: Panther Cham color varieties


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Posted by anson on April 09, 2003 at 22:46:04:

In Reply to: Re: Panther Cham color varieties posted by chimbakka on April 09, 2003 at 15:39:53:

Thanks to all that answered. I love this cham too. I think his colors turned out great. He only has one defect he has had since I got him. He can't shoot out his tongue. I thought it was because he was a baby but he has never improved. He goes to shoot an insect and his tongue goes out only about an inch and it shoots up instead of straight at his target. I have to feed him out of a feeding dish or sometimes I hold the bug out to him with tongs and touch the insect to the tip of his tongue when he starts aiming. He has gotten good at just grabbing the bugs out of a shallow dish. It's a pain to feed him sometimes but he is so neat looking I feel he is worth the extra effort to take care of. I wish I knew what caused it. He was very thin and sickly when I got him and I have worked with him alot to get him to where he is now. I suspect damage from MBD as a baby.





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