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Hey again,for those of you who remember,we had a male collared who wasnt really eating and was very thin and lethargic,well its a month on and hes still with us,getting stronger by the day and is darting around the viv...only problem now is that he is more interested in eating meal worms than anything else,wont even look at a cricket,any ideas on how to get him off the meal worms ond onto crickets etc?
 

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hey ryan,gan,thanks for the advice,i think like suggested im going to leave feeding them for a day and then have the male out and try and feed him some crickets...i was pretty happy with him at first just eating mealworms because at least it was something going in and keeping him alive but now i would like to get him onto something more substantial for him and his digestive system...there both funny in there habits,the female is a little piggy,she eats crickets like they are going out of fashion and he eats the odd one but loves the mealworms.have tried waxworms yet neither liked them!
like i said earlier,im just glad he has pulled through,althou he still looks in poor condition he seems to be getting stronger and stronger,i dont know why the collards are having a bad time of it at the moment.
anyway,thanks again,will try and get some pics up here of them asap.
 
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