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    Iíve never seen my girl shed. She was white as all get out earlier and I got worried something was wrong. I looked online and they said sheís in shed. Iíve had her for 5 months and she was a small juvenile then.
    She loves this split rock and I keep moist paper towel in it ( I had troubles with moss, swallowed it). Itís her favorite hide.
    4 hours later and I had too look. I had added new paper towel and moistened it and her a tiny bit. Nature is so cool!
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    I call the foot part "taking their socks off".

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    F507E0FF-5218-46A5-B2D2-2AD4F99EC9F3.jpgJust like panty hose. Amazing stuff and she looks great now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt Hatt View Post
    F507E0FF-5218-46A5-B2D2-2AD4F99EC9F3.jpgJust like panty hose. Amazing stuff and she looks great now.
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    I have still yet to see iggy shed (he did it while i was at work last night) only had a little bit stuck on one of his toes but i easily got it off with a moist Q tip.
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    We've had Max for just over a week now, and he looks like he's about to shed. He's spending all his time in his humid hide, and is much more white and faded from when we brought him home. I'm just letting him be for now, while making sure there's enough humidity in his hide.

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    I checked on Max a short time ago, and he appears to have completely shed from when I checked on him earlier today. He seems to have done a great job, as I can't see any left over skin on his toes and such. It looks like he got it all.
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    Way to go Max!

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