- Sep 1, 2002
I got this little cirtter today from a local petstore after they ordered it in for me. Any suggestions as to how I should keep it? It is a year old. It has the best appetite as well.
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Originally posted by Atrax
[We have a small (about 3") L. sp. that we're going to try to get used to handling if possible. After holding the big girl at the pavillion, we really want ours to be as docile as that one was by the time it gets as big.
I wouldn't dare handling my little parahybana! at the slightest disturbance he kicks hairs, and he's not shy about baring his fangs to me! but maybe, as for some species, docility comes with age.