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  1. Lizards
    I'm aware that males shouldn't be kept together, and that males and females shouldn't be together unless you're planning to breed, but can two females be kept together successfully? I've seen a lot of mixed opinions and haven't been able to get a clear answer yet. The enclosure they'd be kept...
  2. Snakes
    Finally – my new enclosure for my yellow-bellied puffing snake (Spilotes sulphureus) was delivered in March. There were many delays, some miscommunication and misunderstandings, so it took much longer than I had thought, but that’s another story. So here it is. Dimensions are 200 x 100 x 200 cm...
  3. Snakes
    As some of you might remember :mrgreen:, I keep a pair of tiger rat snakes (Spilotes pullatus) and a trio of dyeing dart frogs (Dendrobates tinctorius) in a large bioactive enclosure. I add links to a more detailed description at the end of this post. This cohabitation is now working for more...
  4. Lizards
    Hi there, About a year ago I picked up 3 Eutropis Macularia, they have been doing great for me in my 4ft bioactive vivarium and have bred multiple times (I've sold the babies back to the reptile shop) and I really enjoy keeping them. They are about 4-4.5" snout to vent and eat crickets with the...
  5. Snakes
    I have a 2 carpets, a male and a female, the male is a yearling and the female is about 1 and a half years old. The male is a tad jumpy sometimes but is still quite small so shouldnt be a problem. Anyway, i was wondering if i could house these two together, along with plenty of hides and...
  6. Snakes
    Hi guys, As the title dictates; I'm looking at cohabiting my Baird rat snake with another type of rat snake. Originally I was considering a leucistic Texas however the fact that I need a 6ft female really isn't making it an option. I've been considering the rhinoceros rat snake, it's care...
  7. Lizards
    Would I be able to put a Red Eyed Tree Frog living with my Crested gecko? Would it cause problems or would it be fine? My Crestie has never bitten anything (apart from crickets!). Also if I could, what size tank would i need? Thanks in advance!
  8. Lizards
    Ok, I'm going to start by saying I don't want this to be a massive debate about house multiple geckos together. I am well aware that it's a very controversial issue and I have weighed up the pros and cons with my chap and we're decided we want to have 2 of our females together. We have a 3.5ft...
  9. Snakes
    This was touched on in another thread and I thought its a good topic. SO I dont myself although i dont have anything against it. I just think its easier to keep an eye on the snake if kept alone when not breeding and its probably less stressful on the snake because they get the run of the whole...
  10. Lizards
    i know it is never ideal to co habit, but would it be ok to cohabit a madagascan day gecko and a drocosile skink. the reason is simple, the day gecko is currently in a large arboreal vivarium with 2 water dragons and a basilisk, which all co habitat fine, but the gecko has fallen into the water...
  11. Snakes
    For what seems like forever and a day I have seen posts saying 'Snakes are solitary animals', 'Cohabitation is a mark of the devil' ... etc etc... Well here is an observation I would not mind hearing some coherant opinions on. I have a pair of Radiated rat snakes. I have had them for nearly...
  12. Spiders and Inverts
    Hiya all, does anyone know about this? I think I read somewhere that keeping hissers and giant milli's together is ok, but I cant really remember lol. And have no idea where I saw it. Or if it's true lol. Or what else you can keep with milli's safley? Cheers :2thumb:
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