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    New Panther

    I'm so excited, I had the opportunity to purchase a Ambanja-Ambilobe cross last week through a group buy offer by Sceameleons. Happens to be my favorite flavor so I couldn't pass up the deal. Waiting now for the set up kit (part of the deal) then they'll ship the little guy.

    Any words of wisdom? I am a current Jackson owner but it hasn't been for too long.

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    Re: New Panther

    WOW, I'm jealous now Linda
    I just googled them and they look BEAUTIFUL. I might have to get one in a year or so (have to get "buddy" all set in his new enclosure and get him grown before I think about anything else )
    Steve

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    Re: New Panther

    WOW very pretty!!! I almost got a panther not to long ago but I realized it was more work than I wanted for now. Maybe later though! Do you have a name yet? Any pictures?????!!!!
    Never pretend to love what you do not feel, for love is not ours to command

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    Re: New Panther

    I only have the pic of the one I picked out. Looks real plain as I picked the one that looked the most relaxed. The youngsters pictures with the bold colors are more excited/agitated.
    I was told they are all going to look like their older brother, and will be capable of sporting those colors once he's old enough.
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    Re: New Panther

    Congratulations, hope you enjoy him!
    Quality of life is just as important as good health.
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    Re: New Panther

    AWH!!! They are so so cute. Congratz!
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    Re: New Panther

    I'll name him when after he gets here. At least I know the gender of this one. My Chinese Water Dragon is really a toss up as he/she's only about 7 months old.
    Linda...Pacific NW

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    Re: New Panther

    I got the little Panther today. The first thing he did was to puff up, hiss and flash some stripes at me so I named him Tiger. Little guy came from the east coast and I'm on the west. Thats one heck of a journey, he's real strong, quick and getting used to his new home. Haven't taken any pics yet as I'm just letting him get used to being here. I suppose the last 24 hours have been a real experience for him.
    Linda...Pacific NW

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    Re: New Panther

    Congrats Linda

    I can't wait for pics
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    Re: New Panther

    Puffing up and hissing and all that means it is healthy. The problem is my boss acts the same way...?
    Greg

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