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Posted by Pennebaker on September 24, 2002 at 09:06:02:
In Reply to: the difference posted by iguanalady on September 23, 2002 at 14:21:21:
It could be the health issue or just gender. Many males are almost 2x the size of females (or at least it looks that way, lol!). I'll try to take a shot of an aussie vs a NG. I've got photos of aussies on my website, but only NG babies. Long and slender--did you get imports this year? They always look long and slender to me. The aussie males are just huge with very large heads. I cant think of any site off the top of my head that has NG vs Aussie pics.
:Well the difference may be health related because I got the first frilled from a girl who had rescued it. It could be that she is stunted. She is 2 years old and just an itty bitty thing. She is short and has a more rounded stocky body. The new guys are 1 yr old and long and slender and about twice as big as her. Are there pics somewhere of Auusie vs NG frilled so I can look?
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