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  1. Snake Classifieds
    Female Hypoblood Cornsnake for sale Lucy is a gorgeous female, adult, hypoblood cornsnake. She is about 5 years old and 5ft long. She is a very good eater and has glossy scales and is silky to touch. She eats 2 Large Weaner rats every two to three weeks.She always eats defrosted food off the...
  2. Lizards
    So I bought my Crestie at Doncaster the other week. He was my first crestie ever. I fell in love with them when I was at my local reptile store and I was shown a female Dalmatian. She was sub-adult ish not to big nor to small she was great. The person in the shop offered if I would like to hold...
  3. Lizard Pictures
    So I bought my Crestie at Doncaster the other week. He was my first crestie ever. I fell in love with them when I was at my local reptile store and I was shown a female Dalmatian. She was sub-adult ish not to big nor to small she was great. The person in the shop offered if I would like to hold...
  4. Snakes
    Well the title pretty much says it all. Do you like the snakes that keep you on your toes, hiss maybe lunge at you possibly even get the tag in once in a while, or do you like the soppy puppy dog wont even go after you if you held the rat in on hand and the snake in the other? My personal...
  5. Snakes
    hi Ive heard that king snakes can get quite nervous and poo in your hand when you hold them. Would they calm down the more you hold them? Also do snakes travel well? I ask because there will come a point when I will have to take a snake on a car journey to my parents who live 2 hours away...
  6. Lizards
    Hi all Just a quick query... I've had my baby beardie about 3 weeks now and I estimate him to be about 11 weeks old. He's very alert, eating, pooping and shedding well and I generally think he's settled into his new home quite well. Now.... how long does it take for a beardie to start letting...
  7. Newbie Advice
    hey guys i jus gotta 11month old deardy yesterday off a mate (a mate that didnt want him anymore) its the coolest thing but wen ever i try 2 handle it it goes crazy .. . . . . . . any1 have an tips on how 2 calm him down ?? or u think maybe its coz he's stressed due to new surrounding etc...
  8. Snakes
    Hi R.F.U.K. What is the most 'laid back' snake? I mean corn snakes who like getting handled. I have heard the Florida Keys are quite calm most of the time. Can anyone help me??
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