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Posted on: 7:53:00 PM 5/22/2011

You've got to be freaking kidding with the 30 gallon tank thing. An adult Nile monitor shouldn't ever be housed in anything smaller than an 8 foot enclosure, and that's minimum... most people seem to recommend larger though. A pair would need somethi...

Posted on: 3:58:49 AM 12/11/2009

Thanks for the input. And, yes, he's getting spoiled. He's mostly well-bahaved too, except for all the paper he rips up. He'll find a paper towel or something somewhere and make confetti. He also tries to take food out of my plate when i eat... lol

Posted on: 2:03:22 AM 12/4/2009

Well, we got our dog, Benny, from my sister.. And she got him for free from a couple who was trying to find him a new home. He chewed up a lot of her stuff, so now we have him. My sister said that they said he was a "Chihuaranian"(Pomeranian/Chihuahu...

Posted on: 4:28:50 AM 11/6/2009

You're welcome :)
Just be sure to feed them off whenever they turn to pupa and you shouldn't have to worry about beetles.

Posted on: 4:24:47 PM 11/2/2009

Hahaha. Yes, it's completely normal for them to "mutate." It's a natural part of their life cycle. See, mealworms aren't actually "worms" at all, they are the larval form of the darkling beetle. This "mutation" you are seeing is actually their pupal ...

Posted on: 12:33:58 AM 10/30/2009

Hmm... Perhaps a Uromastyx?

Posted on: 12:32:49 AM 10/30/2009

I've only seen a couple boards about reptiles here... So, who here keeps Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates, or any other unusual or creepy-crawly pets?
I have a Columbian Boa Constrictor, a Reticulated Python, a Corn Snake, two Leopard Geckos,...

Posted on: 5:40:58 PM 10/29/2009

Well, that's a really broad topic! As far as snakes found in north america, i assume you mean native species, not those found in the pet trade.. So, in response to the previous poster, Ball Pythons aren't from North America. But there are tons... A f...

Posted on: 5:14:04 PM 10/29/2009

Easy. All gut-loading is is feeding the mealworms nutritious food, so that they will be more nutritious for your lizard. All you really need to do is put something in there for them to munch on for awhile before you give them to your lizard. A lot of...

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