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He has engineered a series of tunnels, dropped a cricket in today, the cricket went down one of the tunnels, the t. Flew out and ran back in, in the blink of an eye. Have never seen anything move so quick! When I looked down one of the tunnels could see he had the cricket.
Wow, if he ran away i could never catch him!
I have 5 LP slings about 25% the size of your new arrival; but I love them. They're one of my favorites in my collection for their tenacity and feeding response; they're voracious eaters when they're not in pre-molt and will happily jump on mealworms as big as they are.
I have a 5.5 inch L. dificilis female. Shaun, she eats like yours. Yesterday, she stuffed 2 superworms in her mouth. So, I conducted an experiment. She got up to 4 in her maw before she ran out of room. Ha ha, she was so frustrated at the 5th superworm. She chased it down and kept stomping on it hoping to eat that one too. I wish I had a video.