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Old 07-04-2013, 09:43 AM
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Personally I think getting a baby is a really nice way to introduce yourself to the world of rhacs, they are so comical and you get the pleasure of watching them grow and thrive.

I haven't had mine long enough to say that I've noticed any distinct differences between the two as yet but a local breeder did tell me that when the gargs eggs hatch the babies must be separated as soon as possible as they will attempt to eat each other, I am not sure how old they are before this danger passes but I have two gargs aged a few month which live together quite happily.

You are right about the pricing but it's always a case of the most readily available being the most affordable.
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