Viewing post #291572 by Eufaula
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My baby Seramas are now 6 and a half weeks and 10 weeks. The oldest now has wing feathers that are dragging the ground, but still covered in baby fuzz. He, "Rabbit",the oldest is still the size of the 6 weekers.
Are Seramas , because of their ultra smallness, just slower to mature?
Photos of the "gang" this afternoon!
My path is never blocked, it just needs sweeping!
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