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  1. rmn813

    Odd size egg

    @Yvonne G, weren't you telling everyone that you came out an odd shaped egg? Look how well you turned out!
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    Aldabras and hay

    I soaked a good helping of Orchid Grass hay for a couple of hours and mixed a handful of dried rose hips. The Aldabras couldn't get enough! No hesitation at all. Incidentally, my Leopards liked it too. This type of hay is easy to find and easy to keep on hand especially during the winter season...
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    Aldabras and hay

    Interesting. Appreciate the insight. I'm going to start mixing it with other items on the next feedings. I'll share their reactions.
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    Aldabras and hay

    Thank you Tom!
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    Aldabras and hay

    At what age do Aldabras typically begin eating hay?
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    Turtles, Tortoises and Hibernation

    Fantastic content Chris! The best new channel on the Tube!
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    Kapidolo farms..

    If you rinse supermarket greens so that they are slightly wet. Then, toss with any of the mixes, you'll likely get a great feeding response. I use way more than a few pinches! I coat greens with any mix. It makes them far more healthy. Great stuff Will! Keep up the great products!
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    Reptisun 10.0 T5 for Redfoot???

    Hi @ kkrista123, Where is Hatboro? There are a lot of unknowns right now with artificial UVB. Is he able to spend anytime outdoors? If he's able to spend sufficient time outdoors, you wouldn't really need the bulb.
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    Welcome home Peanut! Need advice please..

    That’s good news! Slowly start to mix other greens in with the romaine. Mix it well otherwise he can pick around it.
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    Welcome home Peanut! Need advice please..

    Another good thing to try is Romaine Lettuce. I've gotten some finicky feeders going real well on that. Then I just phase it out slowly.
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    Welcome home Peanut! Need advice please..

    @Trojan_48 any progress in food interest or activity levels?
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    Welcome home Peanut! Need advice please..

    Is Peanut housed inside or outside? 95-100 is a good basking temp, but a fairly warm ambient temperature. If he's outside, make sure he's got good hide spots. If inside, I would lower the ambient temperature to about 85. Other than that, just let him settle in. After a few days to a week, you...
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    Aldabra Gender

    Very difficult to visually determine gender on any type of tortoise that is so young.
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    How to keep greens fresher, longer?

    Most greens freeze well. You can blend (in a blender or food processor) with fruit or a prepared diet. My Red Foots can sometimes be picky about certain types of greens. If I blend the greens with some thing else, they have no problem.
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    Juvenile Shyness

    That's good to hear, Ben. My Aldab is about 4 years old now. It sounds it's reasonable to expect her shyness to decrease. How long have you been keeping Aldabs?
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    Juvenile Shyness

    I haven't been around many, unfortunately. The adults that I've seen videos of appear to be relatively outgoing - compared to say a Leopard. I have noticed a change around year 3-4 with other species.
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    Juvenile Shyness

    Thank you. Yes, I was referring specifically to Aldabras.
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    Juvenile Shyness

    Is there a typical age/size when juvenile shyness tends to go away?
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    Bolivian Nesting / Eggs

    Nice work Terry. I bet you're quite pleased. Keep us up-to-date on the babies.
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    I don't know what to do about this guy. Something isn't right about him...

    I don't know what to do about this guy. Something isn't right about him.