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When he began to get a bit bolder, I put a chunk of shrimp into a small jar to feed Mazer. At this point I was pretty surprised that he came out for it when the lights were on. That's not a problem anymore!
Maser passed away last night. I feel so incredibly lucky to have had him for nine months! He came last May, and was very shy for a month or so. He was so much fun for a good long time! In the last month and a half he was really only coming out when the lights weren't on, so I didn't get any good senescence pictures. He did do a lot to keep me company during my morning workouts though, and I miss that.