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about wax worms...


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Posted by Dave A. on October 08, 2002 at 21:35:08:

In Reply to: Yup! Abby too......this is what I do....... posted by STARMOM on October 08, 2002 at 19:04:39:

Ive noticed that cresteds really need motion to get their hunting instinct going unlike leos who will eat from a bowl. Theres also that fact that leos tend to get addicted to wax worms and begin to refuse anything else, i would think this would be the same case with cresteds but since they also eat fruit i dont know for sure if it would be a problem. the only problem i see is getting the waxies to move enough to get the gecko to lunge for it.


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