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    Re-homed a hoggie, looks like she's missing ribs?

    Last week I re-homed a female Toffee Hognose.
    She's eating well, and has already pooped, but it looks like she's missing some ribs.
    I'm just wondering whether this is a common thing with her morph or just a one off.
    She seems happy and is showing no signs of distress or pain.

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    Are you sure she's not just flaring? When hoggies are scared or stressed they flatten or 'flare' the front part of their bodies to look big and bad. Can you post regular pictures of her not being held up by her tail, just of her cruising around or climbing normally?

    She does look real strange in that pic....

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