crocs, bites and babies

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  1. mckellar007

    mckellar007 Very Well-Known Member

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    been inactive for a while due to moving and lack of internet at home, so i thought i would post some pics of stuff!

    enjoy
     

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    That croc is amazing, that tank is getting a little small though...
    You should build an awesome outdoor enclosure when he/she gets older, but it looks awesome!

    Human to woma:the pinkie is on the other side of the hand...silly lol
     
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    Nice animals :) i want a croc
     
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    Why would you let the woma get your whole finger down? Why not stop it as soon as you realised it was in feeding mode and not just a bite?
     
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    Lizardloco, the croc is 2.5foot, that tank is 6 foot, the tank is more then big enough for a crocodile of that size!

    Craig, do you think I let it get down that far on purpose? I tried submerging it in water, blowing on it, detergent in it's mouth before it got down that far, I ended up having to squirt metho down it's throat to get it to let go.
     
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    Nice freshie but Im not a big fan of your Saltie :evil:
     
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    That's what you get for trying to pat a crocodile you dopey bugger. That woma was yours too, told you it's still crazy!!
     
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    Love the pic of the Woma, haha.
     
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    The enclosure is fine, juveniles go great in aquariums. Putting them in larger pond type enclosures when they are small often leads to problems. I have seen this in many cases where an animal thrives in an aquarium and when you put it into a landscaped area they go downhill, put them back in an aquarium they go great again.
     
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