They grow so fast!

Many of the tiny kegos have lost their hairiness and more than doubled in size.

And they’re chewing their leaves into lace!

Almost dead-center, you can see a tiny, new-hatched one; the others are a day or two days older. Clearly, they’ve been eating well.

They are, however, still small in the overall scheme of things!

4 replies
  1. admin
    admin says:

    You have to see them do the Food Dance.

    I walk into the room with mulberry leaves, and I think they can SMELL them… you open their container, and they raise their heads up and wave them back and forth, like tiny cobras.

    If I could figure out how to make the camera create a decent-sized (instead of insanely huge!) file, I’d put video on the net…

  2. chifurbuddy
    chifurbuddy says:

    Have I told you recently how incredibly interesting and cool this is? 🙂

    BTW, thanks for putting the dime in the picture. It helped put things in perspective. You must have a pretty good camera to get such good photos out?

  3. admin
    admin says:

    It’s a decent one… a Canon Power Shot S20 – but not a really fancy one. That’s the reason I get blur when I get too close!

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