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Old 28th November 2014   #3
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Default Re: Captive Breeding of Tylototriton in the U.K

In my opinion, to have a long term captive future, a given species must be managed by a group of owners who make exchanges together and regularly have variously aged specimens.
Too many people manage breeding during several years, get rid of the youngs and then have problems with their finally old animals.
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