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My other "fish"

Postby firebird » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 11:49 am

Image-No not for the snakes-currently have about14-all bred from 3 females which were rescued form being snake food!!and then multiplied because i didn't get the sexing right the first time! :wall:
Image- Spike
Image-Ruby
Image-jerry
Image-Simba
Image-Xeena
Image-Pluto
Image-my hubby's silkworms from last year!
Image-Rupert
Image-nala
Image-have 4 of these-rex/charmander/napoleon and pedro
reptiles are supposed to be my daughters but read between the lines :roflmao:

trying to talk her out of getting a ferret :crossfingers:
At this point we call ourselves a zoo and charge entrance fee
Visitors come for " show and tell"
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby fishguy23 » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 11:52 am

very nice markings on your levis
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby firebird » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 11:58 am

Thanks but who do you mean- have 2 stimsons,1 diamond;1 knobtailed gecko and 4 beardies -actually the snakes are all much bigger now

Come on people-post pics of your other ' fish"
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby fishguy23 » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 1:55 pm

nephrurus levis is the knob tail.
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby pilonstar » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 5:40 pm

i had one of this guys in spain:
Image camaleones

as you can buy them everywhere, even in Las Ramblas ..not anymore.

they are so cool.

also few of these guys:
Image piranhas

i miss them a lot :bawling:
The irony: removing all the nutrients, only to add them all back as high priced supplements.
Live stream tank http://www.erickmiranda.com
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby firebird » Sun 26 Jun, 2011 6:16 pm

Beautiful Pilonstar- actually I read recently that reptiles are becoming very popular as they are easy to keep and rather undemanding . What was your chameleon's name?

Fishguy23-I couldn't work it out-didn't realise you were using the species name- I was looking for someone in the pics wearing a certain make of jeans! The only time I remember the latin names for them is when I have to renew the licences!
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Re: My other "fish"

Postby ophelya » Mon 07 May, 2012 8:44 pm

I have a few 'other fish', yes we have a zoo too :D

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my main tank

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breeding pair in a sub tank

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the two fur balls

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i actually have 4 greens now i lost the bells and my brown treefrog :(

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and i have two of these cute lil buggers too

also adopted 6 red devils on the weekend that got their own tank, no pics yet though.
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