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Hi everyone, i was getting hoppers and crickets for my frilly at Shirley aquatics and everyone there is generally very good with reptiles and they have a colour scheme.
Green-Easy to keep, Good for begginers.
Orange-Fairly easy, but may need some specialist care.
Red-Hard to keep, needs lots of space and/or requirments and/or potientally dangerous.
And heres the weird bit, the listed a White Throat Monitor and Water monitor as green!
 

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maybe they're colour blind or maybe(as ive never kept them)white throat n water monitors are unlike other monitors and are really easy to keep....?lol:whistling2:
 

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7 foot?! really??
 

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GREEN anacondas,GREEN iguanas,GREEN tree pythons,easy,ideal for beginners
i can see how mistakes are being made.....
 

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Hi everyone, i was getting hoppers and crickets for my frilly at Shirley aquatics and everyone there is generally very good with reptiles and they have a colour scheme.
Green-Easy to keep, Good for begginers.
Orange-Fairly easy, but may need some specialist care.
Red-Hard to keep, needs lots of space and/or requirments and/or potientally dangerous.
And heres the weird bit, the listed a White Throat Monitor and Water monitor as green!
Hmmm that could result in some problems when those bad boys grow on. Incidentally, do they have white throats in stock?
 
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