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Posted by kendiehl on November 21, 2002 at 07:06:53:
In Reply to: Strange behaviour posted by dade on November 20, 2002 at 15:38:35:
Yes, Chondros have been catpured on the ground crossing roads in their native habitat. From my understanding the Island of Biak is not as densely vegitative, shorter growing trees/shrubs. So...this locality type may even move more on the ground (getting from one batch of trees/shrubs) than other localties. Check your temps. are they adiquate? He/She maybe thermoregulating as you stated by going into the water. Oh, remember...Chondro are nocturnal, so...movement at night is the norm. Good Luck
:Since a few time i note a strange behaviour of my female chondro . During the nightime she keep cruising on the ground , a half of its body in the water , acting in a cool manner just like searching for the way out and don't caring if i'm around or even if i open the cage !
:The temps are all rights and she doesn't look like nervous or whatever.
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:Do chondros live even on the ground in the wild ?
:....or i got a Painted Green Ball Python ? lol