Discussion in 'Feeders' started by pop, Oct 19, 2013.
I have them for maybe 9 months and they are the same.Seems they dont grow.What is the lifetime?
If they don't get the proper diet, humidity or heat it can take awhile. I just asked a Facebook group how old it took them to reach adulthood, out of my own interest, and got about 7 months. I was having the same problem as you lol. As for lifespan, it's about nine months for males but females is more like 18.
By 9 months all of the ones that you bought should easily be adults. The average time from newborn to adult is 4-6 months when heated and fed properly. If you don't keep it warm enough they won't eat and in turn, won't grow. How are you housing them, what are you heating them with, and what are you feeding them?
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