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    LOL well unfortunately 2 passed but we still have 15 hodling on strong so we'll see... thank you for all the great comments ...

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    D'aww they're gorgeous!

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    You have chameleons too?!?! Chameleons are my other passion besides cresties - I started out almost 3 years ago with a female Veiled Chameleon and it just grew from there.

    Congrats on those babies! I understand they are very hard to raise. A friend of mine had some babies from a wc pair and she lost them all including the mother. Very sad. I wish you all the luck in raising those little boogers - and please keep posting pics! Which Jacksons are they? I totally love the Mt Merus! I hope to have a male Meru of my own one day, but they are so hard to come by over here.
    Tiff - Chamelemum to Monty & Zippy, Crestie Mum to Splat, Buffie & Rusty and Leachie Mum to Armani!

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    thank you very much . yeah we've lost only 2 from the jump but i figured a good thing to do is to feed her a couple of horned worms to pack on some post-birth weight. she's doing well and the babies all seem very active. We have a Mt. Kenya Male which isn't the father of the babies and a MT. Kenya female Which seem to be the more difficult ones to find here in our area seems like everyone has Mt. Meru and Xalanthophus.more pictures to come as i still kind of don't want to bother them too much.

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