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Date Posted: 17:05:41 08/03/08 Sun
Author: Thomas
Author Host/IP: 76.1.177.223
Subject: Re: baby buttons in cage with adults
In reply to: Kaila 's message, "baby buttons in cage with adults" on 17:45:50 07/29/08 Tue

If you do leave them in, watch them VERY closely. Males will get very aggresive when the babies mature, and sometimes even before. And trust me: Once they start sitting on eggs all the time, you'll wish they never started lol... But if they all are interacting ok then you can leave them... which also means less trouble and work for you! :)

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