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My Little Herd

Discussion in 'Bearded Dragons' started by Deadmanjn, Sep 21, 2013.

  1. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    These are my little herd who is about to be ready to be sold caution cuteness ahead and I would post individual pics but 21 makes it very long lol if anyone wants to see them let me know I will send you to my FB to see the cuteness :p Aren't they getting big
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  2. Runningmom

    Runningmom Elite Member

    They are very cute! How about a few more pictures!
     
  3. Thalatte

    Thalatte Elite Member

    I can barely feed 2! I couldn't imagine trying to feed 21!
     
  4. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    that's 21 babies FIRST clutch.... 27 MORE just hatched a few days ago haven't gotten a pic of them yet but the size difference is amazing lol
     
  5. Thalatte

    Thalatte Elite Member

    Put one new next to one old and take a photo!
     
  6. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    Hows this one lol O and if u look close at the pic of them on the wood in the BACK LEFT of the pic is a baby who snuck in the pic LOL

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  7. TigerIvy

    TigerIvy Elite Member

    How cute!!! They look like they have a little citrus in them :)
     
  8. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    dad and mom
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  9. TigerIvy

    TigerIvy Elite Member

  10. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    they are and gonna be sad when they go its fun picking them all up in a ball when I clean the cage lol. but I tell you what they all do have personal eating preferences lol. hard to keep track of them I gotta just toss all the food in at once :) crickets worms salad pellets food balls roaches when they walk away to sit under the light I know when they are done lol then repeat for another day then clean lol my little poop monsters
     
  11. z3r0jimmy

    z3r0jimmy Elite Member

    this is apollo sleeping normally
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  12. z3r0jimmy

    z3r0jimmy Elite Member

    yea that was a post for a different thread lol i wasn't paying attention lol
     
  13. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    lol everyone hijacks someone's post at least once :) but if anyone wants one or knows someone who might want one please feel free to send me a private message
     
  14. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    Where are you located? The babies are adorable!
     
  15. z3r0jimmy

    z3r0jimmy Elite Member

    can a 6 month old get along with a baby without worrying? lol i have a 40Gal set up and i'm looking on Craiglist on the free section for this big screen old school TVs so i can gut them out and set up a new habitat for Apollo and use the 40gal for another pet i'll end up getting in the future lol
     
  16. z3r0jimmy

    z3r0jimmy Elite Member

    if your near Vegas, like in cali, arizona or utah please let me know i curious about getting a second one for apollo :)
     
  17. Runningmom

    Runningmom Elite Member

    They are so cute. The size difference is amazing. You're feeding them well.
     
  18. TigerIvy

    TigerIvy Elite Member

    It is not a good idea to put a 6 month old in with a baby. "If" you put 2 together they need to be close to the same size. Only once have I introduced 2 together that they didn't fight.
     
  19. Deadmanjn

    Deadmanjn Elite Member

    Im in southern Ohio I would have to look into shipping them and how to ship them correctly but yeah I try to feed them well. Some eat more then others as usual but its easy to see who gets less and feed them on the side personally you know LOL.
     
  20. mayhmmaydn

    mayhmmaydn Elite Member

    oh my!!! my 6 were rough enough on me! The first one just got rehomed and the same day I had an egg in my second clutch get a hole in it and start leaking so ... I have a very very tiny premie. I love having them.. the little ones.. but im ready for it to be back to normal and a lot less stinking BUGS in my house!!!
     

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