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    and so do i ,
    she looks great don't worry too much and let her get used to her new surroundings.
    jeffrey
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    0.0.1 Physignathus cocincinus (chines water dreagon)
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    Thank you all so much for the helpful information! That was my first post here and it seems like a great community. I'm glad there are others that care about animals the way I do even if they aren't sometimes as fluffy and affectionate as other pets.

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    Well last night I discovered that my tokay did not make it. There was what appears to be a thrown up cricket mixed with some blood I think next to where she was laying. Impaction? Doesn't make any sense to me because I've been cleaning poop out of the cage at least twice a week. I feel horrible but I think there was something already wrong with her when I bought her. I wish I would've taken her to the vet when I first got her.

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    Ohh Im sorry to hear that. Do you plan on getting another?

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    =(

    It happens...

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    I will probably get another down the road. I'm planning on moving into an apartment soon, and I doubt they would be thrilled with the idea of me having a roach colony. I'm probably going to fill my tank with a pair of crested geckos for now. Tokay's are pretty fascinating though, so no doubt I will get another.

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    Sorry to hear this bad news. It's strange since she looked pretty healthy but outward appearances can sometimes be deceiving I guess.

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    the same happend to my female juanita.
    she looked verry healthy too and stayed at the ground also alot.
    we let the ved do a autopsy( or however you say that in english)
    and she had eggs stuck inside her what killed her.
    so the change is big that she gad a inside problem.
    i alway let the ved do research on them so i know what the reason of dieing is and that it wasn't my fault.
    but annyways sorry for your loss.
    hope you have better luck next time.
    jeffrey
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    I got a female wild caught tokay gecko two weeks ago--I have to sneak up on her at night to even see her-she will come out at night to hang out on the glass side of the terrarium and hunt crickets, but otherwise stays inside a ground hide.

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    This is a 12-year old thread, so I'm sure the original problem has been taken care of. No more need to comment. Thread closed.

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