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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

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    Heh I was actually thinking about the same study when I replied! I will fully admit my opinions are purely based on observations and readings, so I have yet to witness first hand experience myself. But overall I think we are in general agreement!

    I think the key thing is, if they were arboreal then climbing and vertical space would be a necessity for them to thrive. Since BP's are not, they definitely don't NEED it and can do just fine without it, but would be a nice option that some bp's (males being more likely) may appreciate or at the very least use voluntarily. Providing the set up is secure and making sure husbandry is on point first of course.

    Anyways sorry for getting off topic StarScream! We love your little girl!
    Very well said, and starscream we are very sorry for hijacking your thread. At least I stopped talking about horses.
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    Re: Mazikeen progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MissterDog View Post
    Heh I was actually thinking about the same study when I replied! I will fully admit my opinions are purely based on observations and readings, so I have yet to witness first hand experience myself. But overall I think we are in general agreement!

    I think the key thing is, if they were arboreal then climbing and vertical space would be a necessity for them to thrive. Since BP's are not, they definitely don't NEED it and can do just fine without it, but would be a nice option that some bp's (males being more likely) may appreciate or at the very least use voluntarily. Providing the set up is secure and making sure husbandry is on point, which of course is first and foremost.

    Anyways sorry for getting off topic StarScream! We love your little girl!
    It's not a case of them needing it , is it really ?

    Surely if they choose to climb the branches in a Viv it's because they want to , plus at least it's some kind of exercise which can only be a good thing - we do keep them locked up in little , sometimes tiny containers after all ..


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    Lol you're good, I was out for a sick-nap anyways so I didn't notice any replies to the thread until after. Thanks for the input! Definitely something to keep in mind as Maze gets older.

    But, Maze-update minus pics because I'm not disturbing her right now: two water bowls make for easy humidity control in a tub! Can't imagine doing this in a glass tank, honestly; they look nice but dang does it sound difficult to keep things static.

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    Well, she didn't shed in one whole piece, so I'm going to add some moss to her favorite hide for next time. We finally managed to get rid of all the stuck shed, and she is just too gorgeous ;w;.


    give this girl a medal she cute

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    Came home from work, and there she was, climbing again! (I caught her in the act so she started trying to hide from the camera lmao.)




    She ate immediately after these photos, so I guess I won't be seeing her for another two days!

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    Favorite photo of the day.

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    Maze ate her first rat today, so proud! All I got's crappy photos through the tub, didn't want to disturb her in case she decided it wasn't to her liking, but she took it like a champ! Hungry girl.




    Look at that chub belly! Time to hide lol.


    Like I said, not the best quality, but she took a rat! Yay!

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    48 hours later, and we did some holding. She didn't seem too happy to come out at first, but she warmed up to it (quite literally). (Roommate was warm and I was not lol).


    Grainy photos but hilarious, she was trying to hide in the blanket.....



    And back into her cage she goes :3.


    (I really need a better camera... ugh.)

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    Went on vacation (three days) and came back to a hungry noodle.



    She seemed almost hesitant to take the rat this time, but we managed to get her to wrap it at last. She grabbed the neck when she struck, and then spent about 30 minutes trying to work her mouth around the neck and the head lol. Afterwards, I found her lying like this in her hide. Very good camouflage artist, she is.


    After that I think she was still in food mode, because she came back out and wandered around, probably looking for more, before she retired.




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