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Hiya
Heres a couple of pics of my new beardies Nelson and Rosina, Graeme A delivered them to me this afternoon. I think you'll agree they are stunning!!!!! Thankyou Graeme A!!

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cool, lovely beardies, good buy.
 

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They are lovely :D Thats not small slabs of concret balanced on those pots in the lower viv is it? Dont want to see you with a flattened beardie if they accidently get knocked off :shock:
 

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it looks like it...the beardies are unlikely to be able to budge them to be honest but its always good to give them a few solid forearm barges to make sure. im finding now with our savvy that even what i cant move by hitting them with my pals [like sumo slap :)] she is managing to budge by gettin in there and expanding her body..beardie however arent so tough.
 

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Hiya,
Yes they are concrete slabs. I had never thought of them getting knocked over. I set the viv up just as it was before they arrived to try and minimise the stress. The slabs are very heavy and I dont think they coud be moved but I have taken them off just in case (I would never forgive myself if something happend to him). Thanx for your comments.
Tanya xxx
 

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Like Dean said it probably would be unlikely your beardies would be able to move them but there was someone the other day who accidently knocked or dropped a rock whilst cleaning the viv ad squashed a gecko :shock: You could probably still use them in the viv. Ive had concret small slabs on the floors of the vivs when my beardies where little to use as basking rocks :D
 
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