Reptile Pics!

February 10, 2009 at 10:32 pm 1 comment

Here are some photos of new and old faces in the Reptile Department!

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Here’s one of the new baby Beardies! This particular guy actually went home just today! His clutchmate is still here, lookin’ good and being a happy little lizard.

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Check out this cutie! This blue-tongued skink was brought in on trade by a customer. We are just getting to know him (or her!), but so far I think this lizard is super cool!

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Here is one of our Vietnamese Centipedes. These guys are vicious and horrible! If you want a heck of a scary pet, these are just the things for you! Don’t say I didn’t warn you. :)

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Cute! Everybody loves a Leopard Gecko. :) This guy has the cutest little fat tail. We have had him (and his cagemate) for quite a long time and they do wonderfully for us. Leopard Geckos are easy pets to keep and are quite tame.

Come in and check out ALL of our pets today!

~Sara

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1 Comment

  • 1. JJ  |  March 10, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Nice pictures! That is so true, leopard geckos are very cute! I have two. I take care of them so much that when I go to the store, for example, I buy like a bunch of bulbs at one time! (I use the Zilla desert series 50 bulbs, which work great. And since Zilla gives those z-points, I have a lot of free merchandise because of it.) Leopard geckos rule!


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