I bought two geniculatas in mid October and I have come to the conclusion that both of them are not good eaters. They act like... well I'm not sure but
I decided to make a video of how I remove stickers for potential T enclosures. Now, my method isn't magical, it isn't 100% effective but it does help
Hey guys I'm wondering if any of you have feeding/care vids on YouTube..
Drop your link and a comment if you want, I would love to check out your
Well I don't know how this happened, my AF A. metallica hasn't eaten in a month, she's going to molt, no doubt. I come home today, and sure enough there's
Has a section been purged and post deleted? I lost 60 posts today...I had 300 and was kicked down to 260...
If so what section and if not any
This is fantastic, I'm glad you left it in for a while. I've still got my fingers crossed for slings that have escaped in my apartment; hoping to find
Woah wow. This is absolutely amazing! My questions is if he is bigger than his siblings, what with having a never ending food supply and all.
Thanks. Not only is it good looking and a prolific webber but it's also a great feeder.
25cm max I would say.
Here is a very cool feeding video of my trio:
Yeah what? Are they teeny tiny slings? Genics are just..... always hungry. Always. But Ts are individuals, so something out of the norm for a species