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Hypo IMG DH Blizzard Female Boa Constrictor by Bulldog llc, $2250

Sun beam snakes! Beautiful snakes that are known for their highly iridescent scales.

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Who loves reptiles? Thought I would try and get back to nature and upload some of my wildlife photos. Meet the Iguana, at the Australian National Zoo in Canberra.

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Inktober day 18! A snek in a bottle! Also don’t mind my cat’s paw at the bottom. He wouldn’t stop swatting at my drawing

Questions For Reptile Owners [ASK AWAY!]

  1. What kind of reptiles do you have?
  2. What is your favorite reptile?
  3. What/who was your first reptile?
  4. What made you like reptiles?
  5. How old were you when you first owned a reptile?
  6. Age of your reptile(s)?
  7. Name of your reptile(s)?
  8. What kind of morph do you own?
  9. Favorite morph?
  10. Pics of the scaly babies?
  11. What are your reptile(s) favorite food?
  12. Do you plan to own any more Reptiles?
  13. What kind of reptile would you want to have the most?
  14. Do you get your Reptiles from a shop or a breeder?
  15. Something unique about your reptile?
  16. Tell me a funny story about one of your reptile’s.
  17. Have you ever gone to a Reptile Expo?
  18. Something your reptile does that makes you laugh.
  19. Something your reptile does that annoys you.
  20. Something your reptile does that makes you emotional.
  21. Does your reptile have a mate?
  22. Have you bred any of your Reptiles?
  23. Does your reptile show “affection” or “love”?
  24. Reptile you would never want to have?
  25. A reptile you thought you would never own, but now have one?
  26. Do you kiss your reptile(s)?
  27. What reptile do you recommend to first time owners?
  28. Breeder or shop you like/recommend?
  29. Breeder or shop you dislike/avoid?
  30. Useful Reptile tip?

The baby anoles we hatched out of the mystery eggs from work are growing slowly but surely. It’s hard to get a sense of size in this picture but if you look at how big the screen mesh looks relative to the lizard it should give you an idea.

While we find Bahaman Anoles cute, what definitely isn’t cute is the impact these guys have on the environment when they are introduced to areas not part of their traditional range - Florida being the prime example, though they are expanding into other southern states. Prolific breeders, adept hunters, and territorial, the Bahaman anole is known to out-compete native lizards, especially the green/Carolina anole, and other small insectivores. If you keep a Bahaman anole as a pet or raise them for feeders outside of Cuba and the Bahamas, you have a responsibility to protect wildlife habitat by never releasing these tiny terrors into the wild.