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Old 27-09-2011, 01:47 AM
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A few short vids of my little ones.

Dumerilli vids :: dumerils005.mp4 video by jaymz71 - Photobucket

Dumerilli vids :: dumerils008.mp4 video by jaymz71 - Photobucket
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They look really interesting! might it be an idea to put something in the water so they can easier get out though?
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Hi Jay,they are well cool.always were one of my fav monitors.i did notice that they do have quite flat snouts for a tree monitor or do you find them to be more ground dwelling?hours of fun no dout.
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They are real gems! Awesome!

It's a pity they will soon lose this color
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good luck with them!
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They look awesome jay!
So good to see the animals are doing well!

The original breeder has new babies,but i believe you already knew!

regards barry
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They look really interesting! might it be an idea to put something in the water so they can easier get out though?
They can climb out but have put a tile in as a ramp to make it easier for them

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Hi Jay,they are well cool.always were one of my fav monitors.i did notice that they do have quite flat snouts for a tree monitor or do you find them to be more ground dwelling?hours of fun no dout.
cheers Dan.
Thanks mate, about 50/50 really. Somedays you will find them at the top of the viv hiding in the foliage and others under the cork flats i have dotted about. They do all their hunting for food on the ground though.
Hours of fun is right

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They are real gems! Awesome!

It's a pity they will soon lose this color
Thanks thats why I am taking lots of pics before the lose the colours

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They look awesome jay!
So good to see the animals are doing well!

The original breeder has new babies,but i believe you already knew!

regards barry
Hi Barry,
they are doing really well, I have put a lot leaf litter in the viv now and they love it. Its fun to watch them chasing crickets through it.

Yes I spoke to him on here, 11 new babies, amazing news.
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Love'em. Pity obout the loss of colour as they grow.
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The colours may be fading but they more than make up for it in caracter

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