I have some fire belly newt efts and some younger I have had lots of people ask me to post them but am I allowed to do this? Would the newt be ok? And if so how do I go about it I only ever post eggs,
I recently received a medium sized tarantula through the post.
When I opened the box I was extremely surprised to see the total lack of packing in the box and around the spider itself.
I fully expected to see a dead spider with a ruptured abdomen considering the lack of padding.
has anyone even posted any large exo-terra style tanks? I am looking to get one posted to me, and need to know how much roughly the shipping would be. Its a 60x45x45 i think, thereabouts.
also looking for lizards and frogs/tanks in need of homes in glasgow area :2thumb:
I'm posting my first T on tuesday and i have a few questions
i've looked up how to pack them and had a practice run at setting up the parcel and i'm fine with that
when you go to the post office to send them do you have to declare whats in the package
and is there any other tips you have...
Just wanted to say:
If you're a new member to this forum, do NOT hesitate asking any questions...This is what a forum is for and allow's you to learn from other people who are more experienced.
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Any advice how to post these safely please?
Theyre about 1-2inches.
I read you are best to wrap them in lettuce leaves and box with discreet air hole.
Still got some to spare if anyone would like them, you only pay postage,
i am going to sell my sub adult desert hairy scorpion(if anyone intrested pm me) but i dont know whther it will die if i send it through the post without a heatpack?
so do you guys think i would need one o will it be fine without one for a day in the post?
Now before I become the victim of an old fashioned forum flaming i'll start by saying I am not for or against this and I am aware of the risks involved to the animal & the potential absolute lack of care or consideration of couriers in general.
So whilst firmly sat on the fence I ask the...
I'm looking into posting some of my collection i have for sale.. just read the sticky so i think i can do the tarantulas as its tissue packed into a suitably sized container.. seems straight forward.
However, i was wondering if its the same for posting millipedes .. giant african and...