Subject: Re: Wild baby
Posted by Jokerman on July 25, 1999 at 19:52:36:

In Reply to: Wild baby posted by Christine and Robert Broyles on July 25, 1999 at 18:49:15:

You have said nothing about either glider being male, but if they both are, you got a problem, males fight for dominacy both in wild and captivity. It doesn't mean they can't live together, it just means they will fight, and might do some serious damage to each other. Something else, if one or both are female put one in one cage and the other in another cage. Place the two cages next to each other, they should calm down after a bit. Like Kembar said you should switch the beading, every couple of days, that way they'll get used to each others scent. Try introducing them again after a at least 2 weeks, or when they appear to be getting along in the seperate cages (not crabbing or appearing to be trying to fight.) if they fight after reinroduction, seperate them again. Repeat the process, it might not work the first time but should after a few times.

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