Doug Lerner reports from Tokyo and St. Louis, and points beyond…

This might be Mon’s only chance of having babies. 

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Comments on: "Virgin Birth Record Broken by Hotel Shark (news.nationalgeographic.com)" (5)

  1. Mon has no difficult environment but she could have a virgin birth and then I would say Mazel tov

  2. Doug Lerner said:

    If Mon experienced virgin birth it would only rate a simple mazel tov? :)doug

  3. Well, I’m a doubting Thomas on this one. There are certain species of fish that are capable of changing their sex when duty calls. I have never heard that birds have this capacity. Therefore, Mon’s cage mate is either a female or impotent. Human/canine age relationship is 1/7. I do not know the human/bird age relationship. If he is too young for retirement, why not introduce a guaranteed male for a threesome? That is if you want lots of Indonesian sparrows flying around the house. Mon seems to be a very prolific egg layer. Archibal

  4. Doug Lerner said:

    Mon’s cage mate, Hao, is definitely male. I just don’t think he is interested in Mon that way.It’s really hard to find a surrogate partner like that. And even if I could, the two males would probably fight.Anyway, I didn’t get Mon for breeding. I got her as a companion for Hao so he wouldn’t be lonely during most of the day while I’m working.doug

  5. Ha ha ha 🙂 WE LOVE YOU!  MOM & CATHYSent from my iPad

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