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    when did he mature?
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Box View Post
    when did he mature?
    3 or 4 years ago James, Madam Octa was his last mating, so lets hope for more lil Noels, got a few here from his sac with Button.
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    hear that, everyone? a seemingly viable male parahybana mature for 3-4 years and still going! i suspect this is largely due to how he is looked after!!
    well done Mary and Trev!
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    Thanks James love, it just proves males don't have to die so soon, and I hope after reading this a few more males live to a ripe old age too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary walters View Post
    Thanks James love, it just proves males don't have to die so soon, and I hope after reading this a few more males live to a ripe old age too.
    That'd be great
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    Sure would Lea, too many males are completely ignored after maturing out of plain ignorance.

    The first male I bought, Noel's dad Coulthard, I was told not to feed him as he wouldn't eat, I fed him and watered him and we had him for 3 years, he was mature when I bought him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary walters View Post
    Sure would Lea, too many males are completely ignored after maturing out of plain ignorance.

    The first male I bought, Noel's dad Coulthard, I was told not to feed him as he wouldn't eat, I fed him and watered him and we had him for 3 years, he was mature when I bought him.
    Just goes to show they can still have a long and happy life, if they are just well cared for
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    6 months after mating





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    I can hear her say it now

    "does my bum look big in this"
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    Trust you Peter.

    Looks good mate.


    Oh yes, Noel is 5 year old on 20th of May, he took a cricket on Friday. I also have a 4 year old mm klugi I had from a wee sling. MM do NOT have to die young.
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