- May 24, 2003
I was wondering should I remove the molt?? what will happen if I don't?? I have a vietnamese tiger and I don't want to dig out a molt if I don't have to..
Speaking of being fought for a molt.....Originally posted by MrT
It wont hurt to leave it.
Some T's will remove it themselfs after a while.
I've dug out T's in the wild, while collecting, and found many old skincasts in the burrows.. A whole lot of fangs. Some T's will fight you for them..
LOL, sounds like it was a blastOriginally posted by WYSIWYG
Speaking of being fought for a molt.....
A couple weeks ago, my big 6.5ish inch V. platyomma female molted (at least that's the day I FOUND her molt). After setting up a fresh water dish with no problems, I stuck my hand in to remove the molt. Out of nowhere, she charged across the container and grabbed the molt and clamped down on it with her fangs. I could hear the CRUNCH of the dry molt and I was just happy to have been able to removemy hand in plenty of time!