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Dreckos are not afraid of 1 drop of liquid


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... But are scared of 2 on top of each other.

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It sucks for them, but society benefits by not having to wait for them to waddle to the shearing station. The grooming stations are meant to be disabled - that way shearing works but there's no attempt to groom. It may not look it, but there are 24 dreckos in the left chamber, and 6 in the right.

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51 minutes ago, bleeter6 said:

They are wild, I take it?

No, wilds would die out like this due to cramped. Initially I had a separate wild crowding room from all the care packages with a water lock to prevent cramped, but it wasn't worth the bother to try to keep the tame/wild pops separate. 8 tame breeders produce enough eggs to sustain about 30 starvers who are sheared in hydrogen rooms. Glum keeps them alive for a long time. 

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4 hours ago, biopon said:

No, wilds would die out like this due to cramped. Initially I had a separate wild crowding room from all the care packages with a water lock to prevent cramped, but it wasn't worth the bother to try to keep the tame/wild pops separate. 8 tame breeders produce enough eggs to sustain about 30 starvers who are sheared in hydrogen rooms. Glum keeps them alive for a long time. 

I see. I assumed they were because i didn't see any food.

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1 hour ago, BLACKBERREST3 said:

A little bit of a repeat post never hurt anyone.

Huh great minds think alike I guess. Hatch ranches can be built narrow and tall though, but still useful to know it works for critters other than dreckos.

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