That wallabie is WAYYYYY over priced for a start, a third of that is more appropriate.i was watching animal planet this morning and Austin Stevens found a thorny devil!I fell in love with it. Can they be bought in this country or not because i would love one :lol2: . I also see a walabie for sale on the internet for £1500 I WANT I WANT
Can you point me in the direction of any Australian thorny devil keepers outside of Australia please.Thorny devils ca be kept in US but ive never seen them for sale here. Main problrm is that they only eat a specific species of ant, and eat a HELL of alot of them so much its not really feasable to order it in. I know a couple of yanks who have them, but ive never seen the ants available here so i dont know if it'd be possible!!
i would love a thorny devil, but i would try and bring them up ondifferent food lol if i could. I do like that walabie though so cute
Many have tried and failed, a friend of mine did some research into this, apparently there is something in the harvester ant they depend on for survival that cant be found in other ants, also with the need for ventilation even if harvester ants were available on the market they'd be out through your air vents and all over your house in the blink of an eyei would love a thorny devil, but i would try and bring them up ondifferent food lol if i could. I do like that walabie though so cute
What type of wallaby isit & as Dan says over priced, i can get a pair for less than that !
Thorny devils are awsome, i would love one, but you can't get them, although Rossthedon rescue had one, which they rehomed to a zoo, so they are about ... but i think they are only available for zoos etc as they can get all the foods etc
I bet there'd cost a bomb aswell:lol2: