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  1. Pixie1987
    08-06-2011 09:39 PM - permalink
    hey dude!! how are you? its not the easiest thing to do, sexing monitors. you can make an educated guess from studying the head shape and curvature of the jawline but thats still only a pretty much 95% guarantee from when they are about 18months old. after that age if you happen to see them fully avert when they go toilets, smooth tube means female, spiked red flower at the end means male. but again if they dont fully avert then you cant be sure. only 100% fool proof method is to get them probed at the vets- personally i wouldnt do this though as the risk of internal damage isnt exactly small. hope that helps?
  2. Pixie1987
    25-05-2011 05:18 PM - permalink
    hey there! hows you?
    just thought id let you know, had our yearly council visit today- alls fine still with having the reptilians. what they worry about is barking or aggressive dogs or too many free roaming pets for the property. she said it would only be a problem if our snakes escaped regularly. they arent even bothered by the RUBs full of cockroaches, crickets, snails, locusts etc. yay.
  3. Pixie1987
    24-05-2011 06:30 PM - permalink
    will do!! can then give you any advice on putting the female into season and incubating the eggs etc once ive done it successfully!! *failure is not an option* hehe
  4. Pixie1987
    21-05-2011 05:55 PM - permalink
    hey there!! how are you? yes sienna and anubis live together permanently, they love each other and cuddle up to sleep together. we are planning on breeding them in a few months time, have to put sienna into season first though. very rare you find captive bred boscs in the uk. you just need to be a wee bit careful when housing 2 boscs together, especially if it ends up accidentally being 2 males- and feeding time can be awkward so you may have to feed one out of the viv. with ours we just keep an eye on them, the only one we have to be careful with is locusts as they have a tendency to snatch them out of each others mouths. as a general rule though, boscs get on quite well together. just have a couple of basking spots and a few hides so they can get away from each other if they want.

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  • About jimnamman
    Looking after the Dinosaurs and trying to play music Didgerydoo,Guitar,and Djemby
    gardener and handyman
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    see signature as almost to many to mention
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