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Re: do leachies tend to bite???? nt


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Posted by RhacsRsweet on December 30, 2002 at 20:17:28:

In Reply to: Re: do leachies tend to bite???? nt posted by STARMOM on December 30, 2002 at 20:09:11:

I've heard they are very tame and never bite, but I've heard that a million times. I was told cresties don't bite, but I've been nipped twice(1 baby and 1 sub-adult). I doubt they are aggressive, and any bites are probably by babies or hungry adults mistaking your finger as a worm. Still I have heard on a million sites they never bite. I've never heard of anyone getting bit by them. I'm planning on getting some next year.


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::I love my auric's (one of my guys up top as a baby, and how she is today =)), but i find them less handable then the cresties for the fact that they "poop" on you like clock work. Well maybe it is just mine...lol. I am not sure about the leachies, but i am picking up a couple at the white plains show, so i will let you know. However from what i heard i would place them equal to the auric's Just be careful of their bite, you do not want to mess around with leachie teeth...hehe.
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