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live bearing?


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Posted by cobaltblue on April 26, 2003 at 02:26:44:

In Reply to: live bearing? posted by SaraFox on April 26, 2003 at 01:18:13:

i have a Rudis and i know that they are live-bearing. there are a few more...

:what are the live-bearing species of chameleons? I know Jackson's are, right? But what else? I had a baby vieled once, but my sister kept getting the power cut off to her room (and mine as well, since it was on the same switch in the fuse box) and it ended up dying. Anyway, I live in a different house now, where there isn't the threat of the power being turned off on me and I'm thinking of getting a chameleon or two. I tend to do better with live-bearing animals than egg-laying ones, don't know why really... I guess eggs take too much care.... Thanks though.





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