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    Freya's sacs are full, so she should be laying here real soon; fingers crossed they will be fertile.

    Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
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  • #2
    O.O

    I had no idea Uro's had their calcium sacks in thier necks like that, that's crazy looking but super interesting
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    • #3
      Whoa that's super weird! It looks like she accidentally swallowed two golf balls and they got stuck!
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      • #4
        They do look kinda weird on them....but it looks even more freaky seeing them on a male Uro; I did freak out when my male Sikorae sported HUGH cal sacs. But, on the females it really help in knowing when they have laid their eggs because one day hugh sacs then next day they go way down & you have an Easter egg hunt.
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        • #5
          Easter egg hunt!! Hah! Except what comes out of these eggs is waaayyy better than candy!
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          • #6
            so much easier that stressing cresteds to look at the roof of their mouth. Why can't all sp. be this easy??

            Good luck breeding!
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            • #7
              Wow! Good Luck on your breeding these guys!
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              • #8
                I think Tokays are the same way. I'll snap some pics of my 63gram female with full(ish?)calcuim sacs.
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                • #9
                  Wes - That would be cool! I can't say that I've seen a Tokay's calcium sac before, would love to see!
                  Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
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