Ceratogyrus brachycephalus

rknralf

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When I had my male A. geniculata sent home, I made sure he had a travelling buddy so I purchased a Ceratogyrus brachycephalus Greater Horned baboon.
I am looking for advice/information on caring for this new one.
Any additional information would be appreciated.
Thanks!
Ralph
 

MrDeranged

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Keep it like any of the dry baboon species, for example P. murinus. They don't particularly need a burrow, but many will burrow if you give enough substrate. If you don't want your T to burrow, give it a hide at the very least.

Scott
 

phoenixxavierre

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Ceratogyrus brachycephalus

These are one of my favorite t's!
Native conditions now are 45%-85% humidity range with a temp range of 60F-90F.
Hope this helps.

Paul
 

Haploman

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ya hit it on the nose

Scott and PX you hit it on the nose. humidity low(dry) temp around 75-85 degrees. BTW for the ppl who doesnt know, brachycephalus doesnt make an eggsac they make hammocks just something for you to know.
 
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