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Cordylus tropidosternum aggresive?


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Posted by Asmodea on January 09, 2003 at 17:46:43:

The stuff I saw on these guys listed them as rather social lizards, living in good sized groups. I ended up getting 4 of all right about the same size in a 75 gallion aquarium. Had them a good several months now, not quite sure just how long. Never seen them act in any way aggresive of defencive to one another. Usualy see most of them basking together. But just now I was checking in on them and one of them has one of it's front "hands" cut up pretty bad. Looks like a bad bite. It was still bleeding a bit so it was very recent. I checked all the others over carefully but saw no cuts or marks at all so it seems to be a one time incident, and I've no way to know which one did it. I also don't have an extra aquarium I can move it into. No idea male/female, they're all still aprx 2" SVL.

Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Flames?


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