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    Default Season kicked off for Golumn!

    Golumn my red/choc striped Gargoyle finally laying again this year.
    (sold to me as a boy does kind of have a bulge but def female)
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    Congrats on your eggie this season, was she paired with anyone? Lol, when your "boy" lays you some pearly whites
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    She was paired with Gaston, a super striped male, well they did produce some lovely babies last year's so here hoping they will do the same this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AceGargoyles View Post
    She was paired with Gaston, a super striped male, well they did produce some lovely babies last year's so here hoping they will do the same this year.
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    Adorable! I love the first one <3 And the term "garglets" is super cute, lol.
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    I agree! "Garglets" is pretty cute!
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    Thanks.
    I have always referred to them as garglets.
    If its good enough for baby pigs to be piglets then don't see why baby gargoyles can't be garglets.
    I think it suits them & I'm not aware of the current term if there is one for baby gargoyles.
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    Golumns first baby garglet hatched.
    Has inherited her colouring.
    So fast & cheeky for 1 day old!
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    Love the stripes! How do you get them to hold still long enough to get a photo?!
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    The are usually quite jumpy for a few moments but I sit on the floor with them when handling them so not far to fall.
    They are happy to sit after a few jumps I think it wears them out.
    I handle my garglets from day 1. Others will say wait until they are at least 2 weeks old. I am very careful with them & I think this is why my garglets are always hand tame when they leave me. It works well for me & new owners & not had any issues with them as a result of this.
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    Just shed & here to show you his colours!
    Would rather hang about on my fingers than his tank.
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