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Both of my babies are from two separate breeders, I have a very social blue male and a shyer albino female. I’ve noticed that the males poops are consistently solid and green and the females vary, sometimes dark green with white and sometimes lighter and runnier, and very large and drippy. I am new to this so I was wondering if anyone could see if this is normal for her poops, they have a varied diet of sataris(the yellow dust) and leafy greens and a quinoa, egg and brown rice mixture along with occasional millet and fruits they don’t eat yet. The first is a healthy looking poo and the female are the rest, although sometimes she has runny pee/liquid, and light green mushy, but I think that’s when she eats too much greens
 

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Some of the droppings look ok some look a bit odd, droppings can be influenced by the diet. What is sataris?
I’m not sure exactly how to spell it, but I’ll attach a picture of the food, I don’t have the bag on hand. It’s apparently really popular in the UK but I could not find it online, likely due to grammatical errors.
 

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