Galapagos Youngsters laid Nov 2018 and early 2019...

Tom

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That is fantastic. I've been noticing the same thing. They like to eat bright and early. I've gotten used to the Burmese star babies that won't hardly touch their food until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. What a contrast!
 

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That is fantastic. I've been noticing the same thing. They like to eat bright and early. I've gotten used to the Burmese star babies that won't hardly touch their food until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. What a contrast!
I'm seeing the same thing! I had fallen into the practice of baths and feeding in the afternoon. The Burmese attack the food after the bath and the Sulcata babies will as well as they feed anytime. The Galapagos does eat some of the food after bath but seems to really finish it off first thing in the morning.

I am continually fascinated by the different personalities.
 

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I was shocked that he ate it! He's never been in the grass.
 
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