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  1. Lizards
    Hi, what species could i keep and have multiple of them in one vivarium and see them all communicate preferably in tall exo terras and mostly diurnal? Cheers :)
  2. Lizards
    Hi I am looking for suggestions for a diurnal arboreal lizard to occupy a large planted bio active vivarium I now have free due to the death of my yemen chameleon recently, who it previously housed. The dimensions of the vivarium are WxDxH 3ft x 2ft x 5ft, it has two UVB tubes and a heat dome...
  3. Lizards
    Hi all. Please forgive me if similar threads have been posted in the past - but it's always really nice to get other people's opinions. I currently keep red eyed crocodile skinks, which are beautiful and lovely to keep, but also rather elusive and only handled out of necessity. I previously...
  4. Snake Classifieds
    A fantastic and interesting diurnal species! He's really active, making him great to just sit and watch. He's a fantastic feeder (usually, with small fasts occasionally) and sheds perfectly. I'd love to see these bred more, they're an amazing species! This is a great price, I'd just like to see...
  5. Snake Classifieds
    Adult male Western coachwhip (M.f.testaceus) A fantastic and interesting diurnal species! He's really active, making him great to just sit and watch. He's a fantastic feeder and sheds perfectly. I'd love to see these bred more, they're an amazing species!
  6. Snakes
    I've often thought of this in the past so thought I would put it out to the masses to get your opinions. Do you think that snakes which are usually nocturnal in the wild can change their natural instincts, because of being fed during the day time, and become diurnal...will they learn that food...
  7. Lizards
    I am sure you already know this but just in case.. -Diurnal, Sleep at night / awake in the day -Nocturnal, Sleep in the day / awake at night I was sitting here thinking. I have my Bosc Monitor which keeps me company by taking up all of my free time in the day! However, I am somebody who sits up...
  8. Snakes
    Looking for ideas for an active, diurnal snake that can go in 3.5x2x2 foot viv. Any suggestions?
  9. Lizards
    Hi, I'm looking to purchase a new lizard. I want a diurnal lizard that will happily live in a 3x2x2 Vivarium. I have been looking at Rankins but I'm wondering what other species suit my preference. Any suggestions on other species?
  10. Lizards
    i am really interested in getting a Crested gecko, BUT I am not to keen on the idea that they are nocturnal. So I was wandering what Gecko's or just general small'ish diurnal lizards there are?
  11. Lizards
    Hi all Ive had tortoises for years but am new to lizards having just got my first crestie, whom I love to bits, dote on him in fact, I'm probably annoying the hell out of his breeder with all the question :flrt: Anyway sometime in the future I can see myself getting another lizard, (probably...
  12. Lizards
    hey all, anyone point me in direction,looking for a few specifics a) small/smallish b)active and awake in the day c)ground dwelling (easier to clean and dont have to worry about escapes when cleaning) d) live in groups, even if just one male to 2 female etc, but id like to be able to...
  13. Lizards
    Hi All, I put a bowl of mealworms in with my leo before leaving for work this morning. When I returned home a short while ago, I noticed that a few were 'missing'. Now...I've searched the viv for 'rogue' mealies but have found none, plus, I can't really see how they can escape as the dish they...
  14. Snakes
    Any suggestions for a species (possibly diurnal) that would live happily in a 48" X 18.5" X 21" viv? Currently the viv houses my BCI but she will be "moving out" in the next year or so:2thumb: Also due to a neurological disorder I have little or no fine motor control in my hands or fingers so if...
  15. Snake Classifieds
    Liophis poecilogyrus CB 2009 . Little, southamerican, also diurnal, not biting snakes, no cannibals; eating fish and mice (dead). Pictures for example on www.Forkemania.de Bildergalerie
  16. Newbie Advice
    Hi there, Sorry for all the new threads I'm posting, but I thought advice here might be helpful not only for me, but other newbies. What's the best way to establish a day/night cycle for newly purchased snakes? At the minute our ceramic and the 'daylight' magnification lamp are both on a timer...
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