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This is one of my 5 month old male Madagascar hissers (born April 2014), bred from one of my own roaches. The last two days I've fed them he's looked like this:

http://s29.postimg.org/5r8m898if/photo_1.jpg

http://s10.postimg.org/qls80vu5l/photo.jpg

A few questions...

Is this normal when they are mating? I'm not sure if it's gone back in during the day because I feed them in the evening and that's when I've noticed it.

If it's not normal, is it a prolapse maybe? And is there anything I can do to help him?

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I see situations like that with females a lot more than with males... He'll probably not be able to breed anymore, but he should survive alright. How humiliating. :(

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