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Thread: A few pics

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    The pink looking thing in by the waterfall is a lg piece of rose quartz that the water falls onto and they like to wrap around it and drink from the fountain.
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    that looks like a nice setup. Do both your BP's live in it together?
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    Feeding

    Yes, they have always been together, not sure if they should be or not but they are always curled up together.
    They both hatched from the same batch, at least that is what I've been told.
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    I think people have different opinions on if BP's should live together.
    I personally have 1 enclosure with two adult BP's in it, they have been together for a long time and haven't had any problems. The other two BP's are housed individually.
    But like I said people have different opinions on such things
    great pics
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