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Posted by GeckosByBrad on January 02, 2003 at 20:59:23:
In Reply to: Care for R. Sarasinorum posted by leprachaun13 on January 02, 2003 at 15:15:02:
Sara's are very easy to keep. I have a care sheet on my page, with pics of the couple breeding. When my site gets a "makeover", there will be some sara. pic.'s on there. I bought mine form a man who has been breeding them for 8 years. He said that pairs or trios. Both are fine. He never mentioned any fighting issues. Like anything, I am sure a dipsute could happen.
My R. sara tend to be mild tempered. Some days they will tolerate holding ither days they dont care for it. I have never been bit. They are very agile and can be quick. They are very sipmle to keep. Keep the cool, they breed wel in cool temperatures. When you cool them, cool them down to the mid 50's-mid 60's. The BIG cool down stimulates breeding. Mist them a lot also.
I highly recommend them. I wish it didnt take 4-5 weeks to lay their eggs! Thats teh only bad part. Good Luck