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Old 04-20-04, 11:35 AM   #15 (permalink)
Join Date: Apr-2003
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that makes sense that they were together in the tank at the store, cuz they know it's a temporary situation. when actually set up, for sure should be kept separate. A male and female will attack each other eventually, especially when being fed.

as for the tanks, if they are only 6 months old, wouldn't keeping each one in a 55 gal tank scare the crap out of them? I have a 900 gram older BP in a 55 gal and she's got LOTS of room. Depending on how small they are, I would consider putting a solid (wood/plexy glass) divider in the tank you have, that way they can share a big heat pad also. Again, this is all assuming they are small enough.

Congrats on your new additions, i'm sure they will be very rewarding (and sometimes frustrating ) !!

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