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Old 02-01-2014, 02:08 PM   #1
Which species is most rewarding?

Let's say experience, cost and maintenance is not an issue. Which of the following do you guys think is most rewarding and best to keep?

-morelets cocodile
-American alligator
-dwarf caiman

Just curious!
I've had an american alligator and a cuviers dwarf caiman. I favored the alligator, had to get rid of both when I moved. How about morelet crocs how do they compare?
Old 02-10-2014, 01:52 PM   #2
I haven't been able to work with a Morlet's yet, but I can say that depending on your definition of "rewarding", the alligator would most likely be the least aggressive, and exhibit more intelligence and personality. However, all animals are different, and it also depends on your behavior when you are around them.

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