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mercury904

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any inputs/ suggestions? just got the package today..it ate the baby roach that i put when i got home without hesitation



 

morg59jeep

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what is that on top of the enclosure? Is that some kind of hydration bottle or something?
 

xhexdx

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Yeah, flashlight.

I don't know what kind of input/suggestions you want when you don't even tell us what species it is...:?

I'm guessing P. murinus though.
 

Big_nito

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What is that flashlight for, heating and lighting? Since your location is in the Philippines (mercury904), I think room temperature is fine. Not unless you are located in Baguio city or tip of Mt. Apo where u will definitely use some heating sources.
 

kc7wdg

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If you guys look closer at the first picture you will see he had the light there and on for taking pictures from what I can tell.
 

Big_nito

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If you guys look closer at the first picture you will see he had the light there and on for taking pictures from what I can tell.
Yup you're right :?. It could be. But xhedx is right, what suggestions he wants to hear from his co-AB members? From the way I see it, the sling is very happy munching on the baby roach. Lol...:D
 

neubii18

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sorry guys :D,yeah its a flashlight and it is a togo starburst baboon :D
Is this your first T?This species has made me fear and avoid Old World Arboreals COMPLETELY!They are VERY fast,and when they get past the 3" mark,super defensive.And they have some pretty bad venom...Please use extreme Caution!
 

mercury904

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Is this your first T?This species has made me fear and avoid Old World Arboreals COMPLETELY!They are VERY fast,and when they get past the 3" mark,super defensive.And they have some pretty bad venom...Please use extreme Caution!
not my 1st Ts I also have a couple of hardy terrestrials,but this is just my 2nd arboreal,my 1st was a.versicolor but it died for some reason


tnx for the headsup!:D

Im hoping to hear proper profile/care from this particular baboon
 

jbm150

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Cute little sucker! Yeah, they are very fast and they pack a punch so you have to respect 'em. They tend to be very shy and as long as they have a burrow to run back to, most won't be too defensive (there are exceptions). VERY shy, you will be lucky to see it out and about once its burrow has been made.
 
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