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Old 04-18-2012, 08:31 PM   #11
allreptiles1966
Thank you Wayne.
I will post some pics tomorrow morning of it.And will surely try the worms.
Rich
 
Old 04-18-2012, 08:35 PM   #12
allreptiles1966
Can i raise more then one per encloser? Its big and can be added onto.right now its a 3' x 5' bearded dragon pen i left up after going into boa morphs.I would like a couple if possible.Not looking to breed so does it matter if its 2 males in same encloser?
 
Old 04-18-2012, 11:49 PM   #13
dekaybrown
In all honesty, I have two in an 8x4x4 and it's not going to be big enough for long.

They are only about six weeks old and using every last inch of that box.

I am going to have to build them something on the order of 12x20 for them to truly behave "normally"

When Daniel studied them in Ghana specimens were marked with paint and observed covering many acres in a day.

David Kirshner has told me about a couple Australian Monitors that he has been photographing for over a decade that have been spotted miles away in just a day or two from a previous sighting.

The only reason I considered two was that I own 40 acres of property that is 14 acres of meadow, a stream and forest land, plus my wife is a lizard fanatic too, so we can each take one out on the leash.

I really wouldn't try and keep two of them in that enclosure, they would not have much room to turn around once fully grown.

Here is me and my lady out back.



hungry for worms??

 
Old 04-18-2012, 11:55 PM   #14
dekaybrown
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Originally Posted by allreptiles1966 View Post
Thank you Wayne.
I will post some pics tomorrow morning of it.And will surely try the worms.
Rich
look forward to pictures.

Such under appreciated lizards.

Starting at about 7 minutes after the beginning of the clip... (watch how smart that Sav is)

 

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