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Posted by: caecilianman02 at Fri Jan 7 18:19:59 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by caecilianman02 ]  
   

Hi there:

Recently I was at a local pet store. They have one of the best reotile collections I have ever seen in a pet store, or even in some zoos. The problem: they hardly know the first thing about the creatures they're selling!
It was when I was there buying supplies in the reptile section that I noticed a tank reading "baby yellow-striped Thai caecilian". It was $50. Woah! An Ichthyopis! My mission was complete! All I needed was to find a worker and my dream of owning an Ichthyophis would be a reality in the blink of an eye! I broke out in a sweat.
I finally found a worker. He dug around in the soil to find nothing. That was when I saw it- the Tokay. I hadn't noticed a large tokay gecko, almost a foot long, perched on one of the leaves in the vivarium. A Tokay in with a BABY ICHTHYOPHIS!!!!! The Tokay was very fat. Undoubtedly, he had snapped the thin little amphibian right up!
You may as well feed the gecko $1 million dollars as far as I'm concerned. An Ichthyophis! No!
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DAVE


1.0 Western green toad
1.1 green treefrogs
1.0 Florida blue garter snake
0.1 Asian long-tailed grass lizard
1.0 Mediterranean gecko
1.1 Oriental fire-bellied toads
1.0 American bullfrog
0.1 Spanish ribbed newt
0.0.1 rough-skinned newt
1.1 Eastern ribbon snakes
1.1red-cheeked mud turtles
0.1 Dubia day gecko
1.0 Sonoran gopher snake
1.1 rough green snakes
1.1 giant African black millipedes
0.0.1 White's treefrog
1.0 Okeetee corn snake
0.1 Albino African clawed frog
1.0 Kenyan sand boa
0.0.1 Argentine flame-bellied toadlet
0.0.1 African bullfrog
1.0 yellow * Everglades rat snake intergrade
1.1 Western hognose snakes
0.1 fire salamander
1.0 scarlet kingsnake
0.0.1 Argentine horned frog

assorted small terrestrial snakes are temporarily kept during the summer

COMING SOON;

1.0 fire salamander to breed with my 0.1.


   

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