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RE: King rat

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Posted by: jfirneno at Sun Jan 21 11:17:02 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jfirneno ]  
   

Don:
This is my first digital camera and so far the only things I've photographed are snakes and an occaisional landscape shot. Interesting that I've never done a self photo (but in this way I have avoided frightening any pets or small children that might view this site). I'll try and snap a shot of myself to complete the group.

Well we may stray a little from ratsnakes but I don't think anyone will mind too much. It has been fun. I agree some of the other forums and sites can come with a certain amount of attitude (misplaced in my opinion).

Best of luck with that reptile park idea. Maybe shows like the Croc Hunter have developed a market. There's a large pet shop in Rhode Island near me that has basically turned his store into a reptile theme "park". I think he makes much more money now from charging admissions for kid's parties to walk through his place than he makes selling reptiles and supplies. Of course he happens to have a large alligator tank and some pretty good sized tortoises and monitor lizards as a draw but I've toyed with the idea of exhibiting reptiles too.

Regards
John


   

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