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Old 4th September 2019   #8
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That makes sense. Tell me if this theory of mine is sound- I've been keeping the lights off and window shades down in my room where Groot resides. He may have instinctively thought it was winter, but when Barbara put the shades up while I was gone he could think it's spring. Isn't that a thing breeders do to make their newts mate? Anyway he's the only living creature in my tank. In other words I don't have any female newts. I'm afraid to because I'm not ready to raise newt eggs to maturity. Would it be beneficial in the future to get one for Groot as a buddy? Also what your all saying makes even more sense because he hasn't shown any other symptoms of limb rot. He has been eating like an crocodile and he is more active than usual. He is growing like crazy. Two months ago when I got him he was 3 1/2 inches. He is now 5 1\2. How old should be to achieve sexual maturity? I also notice that his tail has become a lot bigger and more wavy recently. Maybe another sign of sexual maturity? I don't know. Any ways here are more pictures.
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