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Frilled problems


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Posted by poisonfrog420 on January 16, 2003 at 17:21:11:

As some of you know I house both of my frilleds togather. They are about 7 months old. Today, I noticed for the first time the larger one chaseing the smaller one around. I have thought (maybe just wishful thinking) that the larger one was a male and the smaller a female. The larger one will quiclkly bob his head twice and then rase it's right arm once, not in a circle, just raise it and then lower it. The smaller one then rotates one arm in a circle. Then the larger one runs over to it and it looks like he is licking or biteing the smaller ones head. The smaller one will some times run but other times just move out from under the larger one. Is this something normal for sub-adult frilleds? Any help or info would be apprecated. Thanks, Jacob.


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