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Smile my baby bosc monitor do you have any pics of your babys too see how many bosc owners












so come on get your pics on see how many bosc monitors are on here
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come on some one must have some
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Im no expert with Boscs but I thought most monitors like to dig, burrow and cause a general mess with substrate. I don't think that wood chips are going to be as good a substrate as something like eco earth, peat / sand mix, peat / orchid bark mix etc etc.

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from a few years back now but below is a pic of him now (the lighter of the two)
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this is my little guy Melvin, hes about a year old now


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Im no expert with Boscs but I thought most monitors like to dig, burrow and cause a general mess with substrate. I don't think that wood chips are going to be as good a substrate as something like eco earth, peat / sand mix, peat / orchid bark mix etc etc.

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im changing it tomorrow mate to sand
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Old 06-08-2009, 07:26 PM
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personally i use a mix of sand and soil using about three parts soil one part sand
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personally i use a mix of sand and soil using about three parts soil one part sand
why is this and i have heard kids play sand is bets is this right and what soil may sound mad but i dont want to make any mistakes mate.
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Not a baby but he's still very samll for her age. shes about 18 months old nw but a rescue so nt 100% on that just dont seam 2 grow anymore lol.

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i use soil improver from B&Q and play sand from argos

heres my litter man well i think it male

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