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    Just got a pure nuu ami leachie last week she is about 49g she hasn't eaten yet that i noticed witch i guess it fairly normal for not even having her one week but just asking for the tips/tricks to get them to eat? she is a 12x12x18 exo terra heavily furnished with a cork round she likes to hide in. would like to get some weight on her shes a little on the thinner side

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    welcome to GU! Many of my gargs, cresties and my leachie don't seem to be eating but they all thrive. You can stick its nose in the CGD and let it lick it off. You can also try holding it and hand feeding it. The only problem is that some of them get addicted to being fed that way which is find as long as you don't mind doing it all the time.

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    I have a leachie delivered earlier this week through FedEx. The seller/breeder recommended a smaller tank, at least to start out, as these guys tend to feel more comfortable in close quarters. Leche my Leachie just finished his second meal since Tuesday. He lives in a ten gallon tank on end with a cork tube and some artificial foliage.

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    My Leachie, named "Leche", cause it rhymes.

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