Finally just picked up the Welsh Harlequin babies I've been coveting from Metzer's yesterday. !!! Of the four girls I got, one has a noticeably darker head than the others. I soon as I transferred them into their "portable brooder" for the ride home, I noticed the dark headed girl was having issues standing/walking. I picked her up again and inspected her legs and feet; everything seemed fine, except for maybe a bit of liquid around her nostril, so I figured I just needed to get her home and get some nutrients in her body. Once home, she eats and drinks voraciously (we have her on nutritional yeast for the extra niacin, and a calming vita-mix in the water). But the problem only seems to have gotten worse. I don't think I've ever seen her take more than a step or two before she totally topples over. More often, it's like the second she gets the mental inclination to stand or walk, she just splays out to the side instead (left or right, there's no rhyme or reason). We had to raise the water dish so she'd stop falling in and once last night, I noticed she bumped her head on the Brinsea as she went down! To top it off, she often then ends up stuck on her back and proceeds to flail about, totally freaked, until this can be corrected. Again, my husband and I have examined her closely and we don't see any physical deformity. We have noticed that her legs seem to shake quite a bit - almost vibrate even - right after she falls. Could this be a neurological issue? Or just bad genes? Can anyone think of anything we can do to fix this? If not…how long do we let this go on? She seems quite willful-- no matter how often we push her back under the Brinsea to keep her warm, she pops right back out again to get to the food & water. But once she starts growing…if she really can't walk…I worry about the quality life she'll have... Would really appreciate any help or ideas!