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I've never owned an auric, but my leachie...


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Posted by Brandon on December 30, 2002 at 16:41:18:

In Reply to: leachie or auric? which is more interactive? posted by STARMOM on December 30, 2002 at 16:15:47:

is awsome. he is still pretty young, and only about 5.3 inches total length, but when i do get him out, he's very curious and just kinda crawls on my hands and up my arms.

I suppose an auric would be a bit more jumpy, the's one's i've held have been at least.

It really just depends on what you want...i would get a leachie :-) think about it--

aurics are cool, but they are pretty similiar to crested...but a leachie, they are in a league of their own. their giant size, *puppy dog* like charm, lol, gotta love em.

(that is my very very biast point of view though :o) )

Brandon



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