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    I have 2 cresties that i got about a year 1/2 ago. both about the same age, babies. they have always been housed apart. as adults i can tell for sure the smaller 1 is female. I wonder about the larger 1 as it looks female but is stocky and 56 grams . the smaller 1 is 32 grams. What is this difference in size? they are kept and fed identically

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    they all grow at their own rates and have variability in adult size, just like any other animal.
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    Those are not babies. Are they housed together? One may be bullying for food.

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    Oh, no, i meant i got them as babies. They were never housed together.

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