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Sue Ann
Last Activity:
Aug 18, 2019 at 6:17 PM
Joined:
Mar 19, 2019
Messages:
106
Likes Received:
90
Trophy Points:
28
Gender:
Female
Birthday:
Jan 6, 1949 (Age: 70)
Location (City and/or State):
chapin , South Carolina
Occupation:
miniaturist, storyteller

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Sue Ann

Active Member, Female, 70, from chapin , South Carolina

Sue Ann was last seen:
Aug 18, 2019 at 6:17 PM
    1. lizznet15
      lizznet15
      Yes. I was afraid of that. My grand daughter got him in Dec of 2000. We lived in California and he was still in an aquarium. After he out grew noth of them we started leaving outside, except during hybranting time. El Paso is so much hotter and he's still doing his thing. So go from here to very wet and colder m very worried. I think I'll just stay here til my granddaughter graduates college. Thanks for your advise
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jan 6, 1949 (Age: 70)
    Location (City and/or State):
    chapin , South Carolina
    Occupation:
    miniaturist, storyteller
    I purchased a hatchling sulcata 3 months ago from a breeder. Named him Dexter.
    I set him up in a 20 gal long aquarium.I really need to do more but need advice on habitat.
    My husband recently had open heart surgery so poor Dexter has not gotten the attention he needs. But he is growing.

    I am a miniaturist and traveled all over the world with my fairys and dragons. Cant wait to design Dexters next habitat.