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Posted by obeligz on November 20, 2002 at 03:43:57:
In Reply to: Let's see some leachie pics...here's mine posted by Brandon on November 19, 2002 at 18:19:19:
Here's a funny pic I took last summer.
It was one of those days when the temps were high enough for a leachie to be outside (note it's cold here most of the year).
I put my leachie on the apple tree in the garden and sat under the tree with a good book.
After a little while when he got over the panic of beeing outside he started roaming the tree and did so for many hours. As the sun started to set he settled down on this branch to stay in the sun longer, it was about 24 deg Celcius at that time.
I obsereved him when he started roaming on the thinner branches and he was very funny. When on the thin branches he'd start to wobble from side to side because the branch really couldn't support his weight but still chose to not to turn. He made full use of his prehensile tail and wrapped his hands around the twig.
I had always thought of leachies as clumbsy climbers but that's when he proved me wrong. :o)
(Note, colors on photo aren't real, I sued the Sephia function on my camera to take the pic.)
:sorry, the pic is about 1 month old, he's a little bigger now.
:This is Yoshi. :o)
:He is a 3-4 month old GT from Sandfire, thanks allen.
:Unlike the stories of finicky baby leachies, he downs crickets like a madman, but only nibbles at his baby food and rhac diet, weird huh?
:Anyway, let's see some of your leachianus. If you could, tell us what local(gt, cf, pine, ana, ect) they are and their age, for the newer rhac owners in the group.
:Maybe even some setup pics, that would be pret-ty coool!! :o)