That lavender is gorgeous!!!
Originally Posted by superanaconda
Originally Posted by nyx
Wow, tiny and adorable! Good luck with the tiny guy.
Thanks , it's the only superstripe from my Specter F x Pastel YB M clutch.
In the picture you can see a bump in the belly from just a pinky mouse haha. So. Thin. It kinda looks more like an earthworm than a ball python.
It barely moved and looked very limp two days ago but now it's exploring inside the small enclosure. I hope it doesnt burn more calories than it's got, moving around like that.
It's been a (really) long time since I've been here, and SO much has happened between now and then, but I am back!
I don't have my corn snake anymore, because my cat gave it a heart attack, but I'm trying really hard (not really) to convince my SO that we need a reptile in the house
I don't really have a lot of time to write about why I've been gone (I'll do that in another entry) so until then!
If you donít know what a bearded dragon is by now, you must have been hiding under a rock (see what I did there?). In the past few years, these amazing reptile lizards have become widely popular and domesticated just about anywhere pets are abundant. The reason for this huge increase in popularity? People have finally realized how awesome of a pet these reptiles are. The bearded dragon are very animated lizards and are often considered as the most sociable reptile pets. Here is my case for why the
Originally Posted by thawes25
It's no longer a bandwagon?
It certainly is, but morphs are more affordable these days. Anyone with a decent job wanting to get into the hobby can be breeding triple or double genes their first year.