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whether you have reptiles as pets or want them, or even just like looking at them this is the club for you, from cute geckos to angry hognoses this is the place to be!! *not recomended if you are afraid of spiders, snakes, frogs ect.
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  2. ArtemisArt
    all right yall, we need to decide if things like dragons and baskelis get to be talked about here, so cast your votes, and lets see!
  3. ArtemisArt
    I have to apologize for kinda letting this club die, it turns out, I do, in fact have a life that sometimes needs attention, and can get very busy. So, I guess this is me trying to get this puppy active again, with that, my scaly baby Odin is still as happy and grumpy as ever, and my rats are all officaly a year old! I guess this is all for now, please feel free to bring up any and all herp related things!
  4. Rileydoesntknow
    yes, I have a 3 dogs, 2 cats, and I hope to get another chameleon, an axolotl, and a cockatiel
  5. Rileydoesntknow
    Coral, and I plan on getting a male soon and I'm going to name him Marlin
  6. ArtemisArt
    Hmmmmm, no that sounds good, not all reptiles lay as often as they are supposed too, it could just be that she doesn’t lay as much as a normal chameleon
  7. Rileydoesntknow
    oh I forgot to mention that, she gets calcium every other, and D3 vitamin blend once a week. Do you think I should do it more?
  8. ArtemisArt
    Is her food being dusted with any kind of calcium or vitamin supplement? That might help if it is not
  9. Rileydoesntknow
    So... shes almost three and shes only laid unfertile eggs 2 or 3 times and i read they are supposed to lay 3 times a year? And I have a lay bin, and i feed her 5/7 days a week,( i dont feed her Wednesday or Saturday because i don't have time) shes on a regular misting schedule every 2 hours the mister turns on for about 20 seconds, and she has the proper lights. I'm just kinda worried.
  10. ArtemisArt
    Some species of reptiles and amphibians have already gone extinct due to climate change and many species of them live on small islands that will be easily flooded due to rising sea levels. I want to know if anyone here has any endangered herps in their area whether that be from poachers invasive species or climate change and if you do what are they in my area we have the northern map turtle, long tailed salamander, checkered garter snake, and many others
  11. ArtemisArt
    Of course this is half the reason I made the tribe but if I may ask why did you want to know
  12. ArtemisArt
    I can send a article on them., but I have not personal kept themhttps://reptilesmagazine.com/uromastyx-care-sheet/
  13. _Kai_
    My favorite reptile - Blue-eyed lucy (Leucistic Ball Python) I have to agree with ya Emberfrost12, my least favorite is also a - Cottonmouth because they're not adorable at all I just don't like they're style TvT
  14. Emberfrost12
    My favorite is a…Alligator! I think they’re kind of cute My least favorite is a cottonmouth. I just don’t like them
  15. Emberfrost12
    I live in Southern Alberta and it gets very cold, but also quite hot. We get all kinds of Garter/Garden snakes and lots of frogs by the river
  16. ArtemisArt
    I live in the American Midwest in Kansas almost all prairie grass and sand hills so my area is I the range for American toads prairie skinks plains hognose snakes bull snakes ornate box turtles tiger salamanders and diamond back rattle snakes to name a few, now it’s your turn what notable reptiles and amphibians live in your area?
  17. lilhal420
    probably bush vipers! theyre so cool looking i luv them :33
  18. BusinessBee
    The cave salamander freaks me out with it's eyeless head!
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