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Re: my jaxs are now 2 days old!!!


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Posted by Carlton on April 14, 2003 at 16:32:26:

In Reply to: my jaxs are now 2 days old!!! posted by gidyen39 on April 14, 2003 at 13:39:02:

Watch them very closely and start separating them if any are less active, sitting dark in a corner or not eating. Keep your water spray very fine, as some babies have been known to drown trying to deal with a too large droplet getting in their mouth. Instead of turning the basking light on and off, use a lower wattage bulb or move it away from the cage top so they don't overheat. Not to sound negative (just helping you get ready) baby jax are tricky. You may lose some over the next 2-3 months...often we never know why. Some just seem less able than others. Have multiple feeding stations, hiding spots, basking spots so there is less competition until you can separate them. Very good luck!!


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