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« on: May 28, 2014, 01:35:34 pm »

unfortunately i only had the vaguest idea of what i was doing.  dknow  so i'm probably not the best person to answer the questions. but i can tell you how i cared for MY red foot.  food was very similar to what i fed skittles and marley. fruits and veggies. they also have pellets for them and you must sprinkle calcium powder on their food. they must have full spectrum lighting as well as access to heat, usually in the form of a red light. mine often ate the parrot pellets that skittles dropped on the floor!  dmblaf  i had a pen for him (about 5 feet across) but often let him wander the house. this is what gave me the idea he was unhappy. he made the saddest sound, a kind of whistling sound. he was looking for a mate, i'm told. of course they arent precisely a cuddly creature, he did seem to enjoy me running my nails over his shell.  loveuk they can feel even that light of a touch on their shells.
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