macbrush Posted July 8, 2011 Share Posted July 8, 2011 Sorry, its me again with all these questions. This time is about hissing, I have a few species of hissers, and they kind of have different hissing behaviour. I'll list them out in order of loudness, and how often they do it. 1. Tiger Strip Hisser: They hiss a lot, and loud. Whenever you touch them, or sometimes even approach them. 2. Madagascar Hisser: A little harder to get them hiss, need to surprise them otherwise they won't. But when they do, its loud consider most of them aren't adults yet. 3. Black hisser: No idea what they are, since I have 6, and they all seems to have different shapes and small colour variation. They do hiss, though its very hard to get them to do so, and when they do, its not really hissing, you know they are trying to hiss, but all you hear is the sound of air being pushing out. 4. Dwarf Hisser: I have 7 of them, and they never hiss. They like jumping off my hand though... LOL Is that normal for some of them never even try to hiss? And for the black ones, since they can't really hiss though they try, and their shapes and colour vary so much, do you guys think that its because their gene have been messed up so much from hybridizing to a point that its compromising their hissing ability? Thanks Kenneth Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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