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Old 03-30-2013, 12:11 AM   #31 
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i wish ;3; i can't find an SD card for my camera right now, so i can't take pretty pictures D:
lol Aw darn. Congrats on the new babies anyway!

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I'm a massive reptile fan, I work in a reptile shop and currently keep about 22 snakes and various lizards/frogs/spiders etc :D
...Totally jealous. That sounds awesome!
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Old 03-30-2013, 02:58 PM   #32 
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...Totally jealous. That sounds awesome!
It is pretty awesome but its also a lot of hard work!
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So, the Leo I take care of is 100% pregnant. Would not be surprised if I went back to school Monday and saw eggs.
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Old 04-05-2013, 10:48 PM   #34 
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So, the Leo I take care of is 100% pregnant. Would not be surprised if I went back to school Monday and saw eggs.
Oh boy, good luck! Do you think you'll try to get the eggs to hatch?
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Oh of course I will lol. How could I not? The one science teacher (the moms owner) is so excited. Like ridiculously excited. My science teacher (owner of dad) is not so much. We don't have an incubator so we will keep them in their own container in the tank. My logic is that there are no incubators in the wild and the tank temp stays stable anyways!

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Old 04-05-2013, 11:11 PM   #36 
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That's awesome! And baby leo's are so stinking cute, especially when they're fat and happy and not the skinny, miserable looking ones at the pet stores.
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I know! Believe me, these babies will be spoilt. Probably more so then their mom.
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Old 04-10-2013, 11:44 PM   #38 
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I'm defiantly a reptile person!!!
I currently own a ball python and a black scorpion. Kito and Serqet. I would have more if it weren't for the lag of job and my boyfriends mom is scared of them, Living with them. These were the only 2 I was able to sneak in. ;)
My daddy was a snake breeder and showed me the love of snakes!
(That photo was from the first time Serqet let me hold him and I was VERY excited he had trusted me)
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:01 AM   #39 
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any one who can hold onto a scorpion or tarantula is a brave person in my books. i dont dislike tarantulas though i have a mild fear of being bitten, though the though of dropping them is more pervasive. scorpions are a stronger fear for me on the pointy end of the stinger. it may take a while but i dont know if id be able to own a scorpioneventually.
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I used to have a family of garter snakes. A friend of mine and I wild-caught a big female near my house and she ended up having babies. 2 of them survived and I kept the three of them for a while before releasing them. Fun little guys. My cat was obsessed with watching them! Currently don't have any reptiles in the house and don't really plan on getting one anytime soon, but I'm a big fan. :) I do have a pink-toe tarantula though! She's pretty fantastic.
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