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Cjwilcox Posted - Jan 04 2020 : 09:50:07 PM
Do I need a birthing box or hut? We have a very large cage (3x3x7ft) with multiple gliders and multiple sleeping pouches (they still al cram in the big pouch). I noticed we are about to have our first joeys. Mom (Georgia) has thumb sized lumps and I can see tails so I assume they will come out of pouch soon.

So do I need a special place for them? Do I need to separate the mom and dad and joeys from the other two females?

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Cjwilcox Posted - Jan 05 2020 : 09:18:30 AM
Never mind. They came out last night!!!! And doing well in the big pouch they all share.