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Posted by obeligz on December 01, 2002 at 16:19:08:

In Reply to: Re: Just to show how fast aurics can act .... posted by leprachaun13 on December 01, 2002 at 14:22:29:

I feel your pain. ^_^
I was bitten by a subadult GT male last year and I won't ever forget it. ^_^
Lucky thing that leachies aren't normally agressive.
Imagine a fullgrown leachie with the temper of a tockay... ;o)
Regards
obeligz

: "I'd hate to get a GT bite."

:Actually, I had that happen the first day I bought my GT. It's an adult male, and I picked him up from the Phila show. When I got home, I decided not to handle him and just put him in his new enclosure. Well, I picked him up and right then he grabbed a hold of me. Not even a struggle, just a bite and let go, but man did that hurt. It felt like putting your hand in a vise with needles attached. And you can bet that thing bled. Oh well, atleast he hasn't bitten me since then.

:Ian
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