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Red face Hi from New Zealand :)

Hi i'm Sam and have just recently gotten into keeping fire belly newts! I have 4 x Japanese fire bellied newts and 1 x Chinese fire bellied newt.

Does anyone have any tips for breeding?

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I give them cool temperatures during the winter (around 12C), and a shorter photoperiod. There are many people who breed them without an obvious winter cooling, but the photoperiod seems to be of more importance. Keep them well fed with nutricious food, especially live food like small earth worms. There are some pellets which are good as well, but getting your animals to eat them can be a challenge.



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Thank you very much!



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