Message Number: YG2355 | New FHL Archives Search
From: Regina Harrison
Date: 2001-04-08 16:09:00 UTC
Subject: Darkness

I've noticed that when the people who keep their ferrets dark at night talk
about their setups, it seems that the night environment is kept as dark as
possible, with private rooms, heavy cloths, etc. One thing that strikes me
is that in nature, darkness is not a constant-- it varies with the moon, and
some nights can be very bright, relatively speaking. Does anyone try to
cyclicly vary the degree of darkness their ferrets are exposed to, to try to
emulate a more "natural" experience? Or would this not matter, for reasons
of which I'm not aware?


Regina Harrison regina_z@h... or regina@c...

baby's insane, baby's insane
baby's on a trip to the moon
baby's insane, baby's insane
hide all the razors, cause baby's insane

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