- May 22, 2016
Yep lol. And once they decide to bolt, they don't stop till they run out of juice like an energizer bunny. It always cracks me up, cause you can literally watch them keep steadily getting slower and slower. Stay on your toes too when it gets older. My little lady has developed this new thing where she sometimes decides to just bolt out of her enclosure, and take a flying leap of faith off the work station instead of eating.
Not experienced with that one. This one took off across the floor and had gone 4 feet before I could scoop him up.But they're so cuuute
Good to know though...would you say quicker than E. cyanognathus? It's my fastest to date so it'd be good to have some perspective.
We have those (and that genus) here in Italy, available. I've never owned one, you know, when you keep saying 'yes' then you end buying always something else.
Fair point. Though most of us can't find or afford a full grown Goddess.Not the Goddess :-s
An adult Goddess would rather stand on the ground, hissing, biting the 'air' in full berserk throwing tantrum like brats or semi-jump in a 'Sumo' funny way for reach the brush :-s
Yup. Had my H. chrysogaster bolt once during feeding time. Luckily, I was prepared, but (s)he was like a little black lightning bolt. Baboons are no joke... which is one of the reasons I love em!Any baboon can turn into a blur in an instant. Learned that with my H. pulchripes.