Very hungry Goliath!!!

King_Looey

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Check out the size difference in this Goliath and its pinkie sized meal.
 

Brandon

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Nice T blondi,
I find rasing babies to be far better because the death rate isnt not as high as the WC adualts that are being imported.

Sincerely,

Brandon
 

King_Looey

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This is the same one that attacked he tongs, i posted the pic yesterday.
 

JacenBeers

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At that size it will never finish that meal. Especially already being a fat lil guy. Cute pic though.
 

King_Looey

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This one never backs down from a fight. That can be a problem if your opponent is dead.


PS. Look near the ears, you can see the 2 small puncture marks where he got him in the throat.
 

Vys

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*shiver* Never will I feed a pinky to any of my future T's
 

King_Looey

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Originally posted by JacenBeers
At that size it will never finish that meal. Especially already being a fat lil guy. Cute pic though.

I think you under estimated the little lunatic. He ate everything, bones and all. Here he is, fit to bursting.
 

JacenBeers

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I dont think so. My L parahybana gets so fat that it looks like it is gonna explode. Same goes for my old T blondi and B albopilosum. I think that it should be fine. ALthough, try not feeding it much for a while.
 

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Im not going to feed him untill he's molted, one more cricket and he's going to burst. Speaking of curly hairs. Here is mine after finishing his pinkie.
 

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Im using the british equivalent of bed-a-beast. Which is just shredded coconut fibre. It comes in a big block, you break some off, add it to hot water, and it expands to 8 times its normal size.

I have never had any probs with it, and it hold moisture well.
 

Ropes4u

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Thanks 'o)

I have wanted an excuse to try coconut and now I have it..

Thanks, John
 
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