5 Year Member
- Sep 9, 2014
The adults (3.5) were WC and arrived in varying degrees of debility; after many trips to the vet's and $$$ spent, I was left with 1.2. Although they have still retained some of their initial shyness, they are robust and heavy as bricks. They are also aggressive and cunning hunters: I saw the male ambush and devour a sparrow that dared to venture to drink from his soaking pool. Nothing was left, not a feather, not even a beak! They love large land snails, crunching them up like M&Ms. The first food I was able to tempt them with was pineapple(!)
Jonathan,Like they came in on the Mayflower!
Hutsie, I believe I responded to a message which you sent me not too long ago...right? Check your inboxJonathan,
I have tried to contact you for a while now, but hope you read this reply. You have done wonders with your Mouhotiis. I would like to know how you feed your hatchlings. I am on a list for a hatchling due in Aug or Sept. I have had young adults and adults and one hatchling Mouhotii, so I would love to know how you raise yours. thank you.