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    Default Pip is getting big!

    Here is Pipsqueek who isnt so pipsqueek anymore! Pip is a avic versicolor I got which will be 2 years ago in April. IDK if it is to small for its age, but as you can see by her tushie, she is by no means starving! Her abdomen is starting to get some pink in it, kind of hard to tell in the pics though. Hope you enjoy!
    The day Pip came home with us, as you can tell much smaller then a dime


    Now, I couldnt get a good idea on her size, if I had tried to hold up a quarter to her cage she would have ran back off into her web, it is rare to find her out of it.


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    Go Pip! Looking great!
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    I love how Pip's big butt is half in the web. What a beautiful 'Pider!!
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    Gorgeous T!
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    I love the versicolor, and your right, growing nicely!
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