Blake m said:These guys are awesome. They seem to be full of personality. Besides that, how are their faces so clean? It's like they had a beard and then it's a fresh clean shave, to say the least. Dexter has quite the weed green beard!
Tom said:Blake m said:These guys are awesome. They seem to be full of personality. Besides that, how are their faces so clean? It's like they had a beard and then it's a fresh clean shave, to say the least. Dexter has quite the weed green beard!
I don't know. I don't do anything special. They eat a big pile of grass and weeds and then go outside as soon as its warm enough, where they graze on grass, clover and Testudo seed mix all day, then a soak, and back in. They are getting soaked about three times a week on average now that they are 700+ grams.
I never noticed this until you said something.
You know they poop in their soaks and I rarely see any poop in either their outdoor or indoor enclosures. When I do see the poop, it is clear they are not interested in eating it. Maybe something in the types or quantities of food I feed makes it so they don't feel the need to eat their own poop?
Also, I don't cut up their food. They eat whole weeds, stems and all. And they seem to swallow big chunks vs. chewing off small pieces that might stain them more. Might this be it?
Tom said:They haven't seen Mazuri for a while now. Spring brought me a whole lotta weeds and grass, plus my opuntia and grape vines have been on overdrive this year. I guess they still know what Mazuri is and like it.
The small blonde one is around 800 grams now and the other ones are all around 7" and 1000 grams. All are doing well.
IRTehDuckie said:i am lost, is there a difference between sudan sulcatas and ... regular sulcatas? i guess, unless i misread. i feel silly asking this question when im such a devoted tfo member lol