Not enough pigs around here

Discussion in 'Other Australian Reptiles and Amphibians' started by Kimberlyann, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. MzJen

    MzJen Not so new Member

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    So damn adorable.!!
     
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    i know some one in QLD who breeds them and hes got about 30 pig noses
     
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    Try feeding it green/white grapes, sultanas and Lilypily.
    Pair of piggies kept with archer fish. It's imperative that they're kept on a sand substrate and not rocks or gravel. You should never remove them from the water and put them on the ground. This species never sets foot on land again once entering the water after hatching (except females when nesting). They do not haul out and bask like other species do
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