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Luke - 2007-12-23
I have a pink toed, not an antilles, but he is very friendly.

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Reptile Solutions LLC - 2007-12-22
Just got a wild caught adult in. Very aggressive. Check out the site at www.reptilesolutionsllc.com for a pic soon.

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Animal-World info on Spiny Soft-shelled Turtle
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Philip Myers - 2007-12-19
My brother and I found a softshell in our parking lot after a heavy rain. It was a youngster by the look of him. There was a pond nearby, so we transported it. We put him on the bank and watched it slip into the water. We watched him/her swim gracefully and gradually disappear in the murky water. We named him/her Darwin(a).We don't know where it came from...

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Steven Cox - 2007-12-07
My Teacher has a ball python. i think it's one of the tightest snakes out there. Her python is about three feet already and eats a lot. It loves kids. Steven Cox Dec.7, 2007

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corey - 2007-12-02
I am new to owning a snake. A friend told me to start with a snowcorn, so i did. It has only been 2 days now and i love this snake. It will not bite or constrict, atleast not yet. She is about a 1yr. old and almost a foot and a half if not more. She goes into my right arm sleeve, lays across my back, and only shows a little of her face out of the left sleeve. A cool snake!

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Animal-World info on Pink-toed Tarantula
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Donita Whistle - 2007-12-01
My husband and I decided to try bringing a pink toed tarantula into our home after having much success with 2 Rose Hairs. I have to say that I think they are a nasty little spider and very unsociable. It used to run towards the opened doors of its inclosure every time we opened the doors and poops down the side of the glass. Now it has a very elaberate web and will not come out of its web, I guess except for at night. Every time we have tried to handle it, it has jumped. I enjoy our female Chilaen Rose a whole lot more, and we are thinking of trading the pink toed in on something more friendly.

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shemeka - 2007-11-30
The pig- nosed turtle is very soft.

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Animal-World info on Malaysian Forest Scorpion
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berny (philippines) - 2007-11-30
I think you have an H. laoticus pictured not an H. spinifer. I have both and successfully reproduced from both species. I handle these on a daily basis and had been pinched only once, when i stupidly picked up this laoticus a little too quickly. They DO NOT readily sting but will try to scare you off by doing a quick pinch. If you want to see some action, give them something large for them thats frisky, a locust, large roach or even a small mouse. =)

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eilidh buckin - 2007-11-28
We are doing a project on them, so we thought we would tell you.

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Animal-World info on Panther Chameleon
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Ashley Smith - 2007-11-27
I have 2 of them, a male and a female. They are both wonderful pets, I could just watch them for hours. They are a bit more work than other animals but when you get into a routine it's a piece of cake and every minute is worth it. I am going to be a proud parent soon and I can't wait for my female to lay her eggs.

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