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Chris - 2014-09-21
i have a baby peony very cute and 20 days old . At this age peony can be tame so much and very close to the partner

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Kristy Lucas - 2014-09-21
I got me a albino creamsicle almost a year ago. every time I feed him I give him 2 days alone. After 2 day's I get him out and take him outside. (you can see when they have to poop) I did this everytime. Everyday I give him fresh water and I hold his head near it and he drinks some. well for 2 days he refused water so on the second day I decided to take him out... and wala he peed. :) I brought him back inside and he drank some water. took alot of care, love, & patience to make my snake trained to use the bathroom outside. so for all you just now getting one I suggest doing the above. it's not easy, but it saves the trouble of cleaning or smelling a nasty cage and it saves money due to not having to clean the cage alot. :)

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Anonymous - 2014-09-21
I'm cassidy and I have one and she's really cool she's 9 months old and her name is fire I love so much and I hope people everywhere have a good mind to think that they are great snakes and will start to own them now.

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Anonymous - 2014-09-21
Where can we find a dwarf hotots??

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patti russell - 2013-12-29
I just purchased a dwarf bunny, she is black and very soft to hold and it only took me 2 days to litter train her. I named her jasper and she knows her name.

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  • Anonymous - 2014-02-07
    nice
  • sarah - 2014-02-26
    Mine took about that long to litter train. His name is Rusty, and he has been mine since he was born. I love him to bits and I don't know what I would do without him. Whenever I'm sad he gives my an encouraging lick on the nose. If anyone was thinking about getting a Netherland Dwarf, I definitely recommend it.
  • raeesa - 2014-09-21
    Hi, I just got my dwarf bunny thid morning. Im so excited but worried at the same time for his care, much like a parent. How did u litter train your bunny?
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Eva - 2014-09-21
Hi I'm from Bakersfield California I have a 2in sulcata.had em for about a lil over Two weeks now my step sister found em and my brother bought em from her and he gave. the little onr to me I've done research pretty much everyday I've had turtles. in the past but this my first tortoise. I have a big back yard and I have a garden. with alotta things. the little one can eat. and I have an out door set up for em and I let em roam the front and back yard supervised of course but I wanna grow some good staple worthy. grasses...any suggestions.ps I've got calcium powder.and I do soak em I need a name but don't know if the little one is a boy or. girl

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-09-21
    Sex is not easy to determine visually in a young tortoise, its usually at about usually 3-4 years of age and 10' to 14' in size before you can reliably sex them. Males develop convex or out-spreading anal scutes, while females are just the opposite with concave or in-spreading anal scutes. mMles also haveindented plastrons while there is no indentation on females.

    On diet, African Spurred Tortoises are from a dry arid region and feed on grasses and other plants. In captivity they require a very high-fiber, grass-based diet as the bulk of their food. Too much protein in the diet will cause abnormal growth rates, which can lead to other problems. Coastal hay is really good and helps with digestion, but be cautious with alfalfa hay products as they are too rich in protein for the bulk of their diet. They can also be feed weeds, a variety of grasses, and clover, as well as other greens and vegetables. For grasses, it really depends on where you live and what will grow in your area.
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Raye - 2011-08-04
Oh, I fogot to ask if anyone knows of some cute bunny names! :)

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-08-04
    Whatever you choose your bunny will like.
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Animal-World info on Black Moor Goldfish
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Laylovv - 2009-10-31
Moor Goldfish Owners, please do not put your moor in a tank with anything other than another Moor. If you are extremely experienced then disregard as you know what types can live in harmony. Moors are my favorite:) It makes me ill when I hear "I just bought a new moor goldfish and put him in a bowl" Or " my other fish nip my moor and scare him to the other side of the tank" Or "My moor is in a 3 gallon tank".

These fish CANNOT compete with anyother fish for food. If you think it is funny when your other fish nip at him try putting a pitbull in your bedroom and when ever you try to sleep it bites you. This is what your putting your Moor goldfish through. They are not athletes and their eyesite is poor but they have the best personalities of all fish I have owned. To kill a fish out of ignorance is still your fault. If you have killed more than 2 fish then pick a different hobby. Fish are not for children. If you are too busy to change 20% of the water each week then get a betta. If you do not have the money for a filter that is $20-$30 then go get a betta. If you do not have the money to buy your moor antibiotics or melafix or other remedies when it gets sick then you should not have a fish. MOOR GOLDFISH ARE THE MOST DELICATE FISH. DO NOT GET A MOOR GOLDFISH IF YOU HAVE NEVER HAD A FISH BEFORE.

Start with a Betta, or a NON-FANCY Goldfish. Regular old goldfish are very very hearty as are Bettas. These are fish you can put in a 3 gallon tank and feed and have very little responsibility.

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  • Mike - 2010-03-02
    "Moor Goldfish Owners, please do not put your moor in a tank with anything other than another Moor?

    The statement you've made is incorrect: I have a 30 gallon tank with a moor, tele, and dojo loach for the past 5 years and they get along fine, you don't have to house them with just moors as long as your goldies aren't fighting they can be housed with a bunch of different fish excluding aggressive fish as they will nip and bite at them.
  • Paige - 2010-03-16
    "If you are too busy to change 20% of the water each week then get a betta."

    Actually, water for a Betta should be changed more often than a Black Moor Goldfish, depending on the side of the tank. Anything under 1 gallon should have at least a 50% (preferably 100%) water change daily; anything over 1 gallon to five gallons should have a 20-30% water change weekly. Bettas are extremely prone to fin rot from dirty water, and although they are not overly dirty fish, their water does get contaminated fairly quickly.

    Please do not assume that Betta fish are the easiest of fish to care for. Contrary to popular belief, they in fact should not be kept in anything under 1 gallon, because the lack of surface area for them to move around in can cause them to get ill very quickly. Bettas also need a slightly warmer water temperature, from about 70F to 80F. Although Bettas are good for beginners, they can't be completely disregarded when it comes to care. If these small needs are fulfilled, these fish can be great pets that are full of personality :)
  • Ferrell - 2010-04-21
    Thats mean saying that kids cannot take care a black moor I just bought a black moor and my sis bought a shunbunkin yesterday. Today Blackie (black moor) is now the boss of the tank against a shunbunkin. I can change my water in the 2.5L fish tank. This is my first time having a fish and blackie is doing great with Sparkles (shunbunkin)
  • Gabi - 2010-06-21
    Hello Laylovv, I just red your comment about the Moor Goldfish; I got one for my anniversary, and he seems a little bit sick. Like wanting to be under some rocks that I have in my aquarium. And he also is having some strange actions like ''seeing dead'' or laying on his side. I'm so sad, I don't want him to die :/. Can you help me? Is there an antibiotic or a remedy that I can give him? Or do you know why is he doing this weird stuff? Thank you so much
  • Noah - 2010-06-23
    "Regular old goldfish are very very hearty as are Bettas. These are fish you can put in a 3 gallon tank and feed and have very little responsibility."

    Although Bettas might be ok in a tank that small, "regular old goldfish" need even more room than fancy goldfish like Black Moores! Common, comet, and shubunkin goldfish need 20 gallons per fish as they can attain a size twice as large as fancy goldfish.
  • betty - 2010-07-26
    I keep and love goldfish as well as bettas. There are many misconceptions that bettas can handle "dirty" water easier. It is very hard on them and I believe just as hard as on a goldfish. If you do want to start with a betta, decide to give it a good life by keeping its water clean and warm. If you decide to go with Moors, {I agree not the best first fish} be very sure they are getting food in their quite small mouths. They can slowly be starving, until one day they are limp and almost unable to respond. They can really have a hard time getting enough food. They need more observation than say Orandas or Lionheads but are wonderful.
  • Leah Macdonald - 2010-08-02
    I started out with 3 moor goldfish and they were fantastic. Two of the three died not long after I got them although they were not particularly healthy from the start as the shop I got them from was not very good. I still have one of the three which has lived quite happily with a fancy goldfish for the last 3 years in a 60L bio-orb tank. I also have another moor in another 60L tank which lives comfortably with 6 white clouds and 2 orandas with absolutely no problems. From my experience they can live well with other types of fish it just depends on the circumstances but I agree that they should not be kept in a bowl or a 3 gallon tank as they do grow quite big. I have one which started out as less than an inch big and is now at 6 inches in just 2 years.
  • jennie - 2013-03-21
    I have my black moore with another fancy gold fish and they r doing good so I don't know were u get ur info but it isn't true
  • Adam - 2013-07-11
    Got a Black Moor today after having goldfish for quite a few years, within a matter of minutes I noticed one of my gold fish chasing and nipping the moor, luckily I have a smaller tank which I have put my gold fish in and left my moor in the 54L tank, quite a character!
  • Jillian - 2014-03-14
    -_- NOT impressed with the Pit Bull comment. I love my Black Moor, but I love my Pit Bull too and I have a real problem with people using these beautiful animals as an example of nastiness and meanness. NOT impressed.
  • helga - 2014-05-23
    I have 3 goldfish and 2 black moors. I bought them at Walmart lol, but now after 3 years the goldfish have grown to 6 inches and the moors as well. I do have them outside in a 100 gallon metal tank and the Arizona winters don't bother them at all. The only weird thing is: one of the black moors has now turned almost completely orange. The black moors figured out pretty quick to come up with the goldfish when I throw food in the tank, and they may not see that great, but they sure get their share of the food. I do have a good filtration system in the tank. I wonder how long those fish will live?
  • Anonymous - 2014-06-03
    Dude, Bettas NEED filters.
  • Joe - 2014-06-05
    I had a black moor with two commons and two Shubunkins. My moor chased and nipped at them when I first got him. I had to put him in a separate tank while my Shubunkins tails healed. After a few weeks in solitary confinement I put him back with the rest of the gang. He learned his lesson and never nipped them again. Unfortunately he and two of the others eventually died from a severe fungal infection. Gave them all their meds but the meds took too long to kick in. I won't bother with a moor again quite simply because I don't trust myself to care for it properly.
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mirza - 2012-07-02
I am looking for pure black scorpion in Dubai(uae). If any one have and want to sale in Dubai than reply me plz

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  • Mohammad Anwer Baloch - 2014-05-18
    I have a lot of black scorpions. If you are interested please contact with me 923002612200
  • Ajab Khan - 2014-06-19
    I have but I am in Pakistan, Pure Black Scorpion.
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    Mr. mirza I have scorpions, small ones to big ones, will you buy?
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Scarlett Lemure - 2014-09-16
Does anyone know what the 'healthy weight' for breeding in a T. jacksonii xanthalopus female is?

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  • Clarice Brough - 2014-09-19
    Not sure what the best weight is, but here's an overview to draw some insight which may be of help. This subspecies of Jackson Chameleon, known as the Yellow-crested Jackson's Chameleon, is fairly small, and males tend to be larger than females. Their adult size is in length is about 7 4/5' (20 cm), and they only weigh about 25-35 grams. They are generally ready to breed at about 9-12 months of age. Males can be bred earlier than females, but it's suggested for females to wait until 12 months and be sure she is in optimal condition due to the great physical demand that egg development puts on her.
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