T. Shanjing pair

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They have gained quite a lot of weight after 7 months or so, especially the male. Looking healthier than ever.
 

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very nice shanjing,

are you sure you have both male and female, if so, can you post picture of their cloaca,

it could be very useful to determine mine,

thanks ^^
 

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Yes, I checked their cloacas after I got them about a year ago. I received both as adults. I am currently traveling so when I go home I will take some pictures of their abdomens and post it.
 

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some more close ups
 

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very nice shanjing,

are you sure you have both male and female, if so, can you post picture of their cloaca,

it could be very useful to determine mine,

thanks ^^
The left one is a male, the right one a female, it's nog so hard to see the differents, if you know whete to Look at.:).

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Those are gorgeous newts!
 
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