more intersting centralian behaviour

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more intersting centralian behaviour

Postby Richard.C » Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:55 pm

whilst checking on the western female yesterday,i decided to chuck some crickets in with them and the centralians in the next cage,got to witness the centralian stalk a few crickets,it would line them up,and if they werent moving would start wrigglin its foot,just a tiny bit,front foot closest to cricket,like it was trying to attract crickets to its foot,was quite amusing,similar to how snakes wriggle tail tips to attract prey,but with its fingers ,never seen this before

the joys of spending hours waiting for a western to drop,lol
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Re: more intersting centralian behaviour

Postby Jeff » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:03 pm

Lol! I'm the other dork watching my skinks for hours hoping they will drop!
6.10.9 T. s. intermedia
2.2.7 T. s. scincoides
1.2.1 T. nigrolutea
2.2.0 T. r. rugosa
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2.0.5 T.s. chimaera
0.0.0. T. occipitalis
0.0.0. T. multifasciata
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Re: more intersting centralian behaviour

Postby Richard.C » Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:32 pm

haha,glad it isnt just me

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