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'lotl babies from Bonney Lake, WA

This is a discussion on 'lotl babies from Bonney Lake, WA within the Testimonials forums, part of the Advertisements for Newts & Salamanders category; I finally matched up and picked up babies from musilvr4eva . I got a couple 4-6" guys and just shy ...

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I finally matched up and picked up babies from musilvr4eva.

I got a couple 4-6" guys and just shy of a dozen 3week old larvae.

I have to say i'm super jealous of her whole set-up.

Great experience, i'll be getting babies from her again



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