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Posted by Pennebaker on September 23, 2002 at 09:47:44:
In Reply to: this is for the people who responded to burrowing frilled posted by reptilian on September 22, 2002 at 15:30:27:
I think either will be fine as long as there is more space to thermoregulate. To avoid the problem with finding food in a larger space, try a feeding dish for insects. Even my babies that are in a large enclosure know the feeding dish and wait for food down there. Although crickets can get out, the frillies usually run down there and pick them off in time.
good luck and keep us posted
(hi Suggs--good to have you around again!)
:i have been tring to find growth rates for an aussie dragon.i have not found anything except other people with the same problem with growth.the post is on january 15 2000."it states she had her frillies since 98 as hatclings.she said they quadrupled their weight in the first four months.then they never grew again." is it possible its genetic in some cb animals that they develop differnetly.and sometimes incorrectly?this is my first problem like this.i want to correct this asap. i feel because he is so small if i were to put him a large cage he would lose his food and get lost in his environment. if iam wrong i will correct the situation.as an alternative can i move him into a tank 36lx18wx24 high. would that be good,or just put him in the larger enclosue 36lx20wx36h. please help me.