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Discussion in 'Invertebrate and Exotic Pet Events' started by DalilahBlue, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. DalilahBlue

    DalilahBlue Moderator 1,000+ Post Club

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    They are scavengers in the wild. You can feed them veggies and fruit bits, as well as cooked meat and live foods like crickets and meal worms.
  2. TheGreatWhiteKoos

    TheGreatWhiteKoos Active Member

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    I attended an Expo about 2 months ago and there were a huge amount of T's but mostly ones I already own. The was one booth though that only stocked Pokies...lots of Pokies from sling to juvenile to adult and breeding pairs. Another booth had a P.Muticus breeding pair but they were priced very high...but let me tell you...the female P.Muticus was an absolute stunner and quite calm in appearance. So all in all this Expo was not bad at all. Just wish I had enough cash that day to get that breeding pair...
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    KIM QUY Member 3 Year Member

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    Is there anything you haven't kept?o_O
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    Nada Moderator 1,000+ Post Club

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    Duck Billed Platypus....
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  5. KIM QUY

    KIM QUY Member 3 Year Member

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    LOL.:)