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Venomous snakes are found around the world. Mentioned in this article are three snakes found in Australia that are extremely venomous. The Inland Taipan, The Eastern Brown Snake and The Tiger Snake are some of the highly poisonous snakes. If enough care is not taken, their bites can easily lead to death.
Published by Abhijit Bangal 65 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 0 comments
Chinese water dragons will make great pets for some people. They require a lot of space so you will need to have enough room for them. They also require both dry land and a water pool. The water pool has to be large enough for them to submerged half of their lower body in it. They are also very messy eaters
Published by norlaw 65 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 1 comments
Australian water dragons make great pets. They are freindly and they will lay across your shoulder and watch T.V. with you. Their diet consists mostly of insects. They do eat some vegetables and fruits. Some of them love cat food but not all. They do require extra heat and a baking area. They also require humidity. They like branches to climb and hiding places.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +2 votes | 0 comments
Some people consider the Bearded Dragon to be the best pet lizard. They are good lizards for beginners to get as a pet. They do not have many special care requirements. They do not get big so they will not need a lot of room in your home. They eat worms and grasshoppers. They are not a pet that smells bad.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 0 comments
Red-tailed boas make good pets for some people. They are a calm snake but the grow to be very large and they are not for everyone. Only a person that has some experience with handling snakes should keep a boa. You must keep your other pets away from a boa as they will think cats and dogs are prey.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +2 votes | 1 comments
Geckos make great pets if you want a lizard. They do not require a lot of special care. It is not a good idea to keep two makes in the same tank as they will fight. If you do keep more than one gecko in the same tank you must provide a lot of hiding places so they do not fight. Geckos make very good pet lizards for some people.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 0 comments
Leopard geckos are great pet lizards. They come in many colors and patterns and children love them. They do not require a lot of special care. If you have to go away for a couple of days they will be just fine by themselves. Make sure you keep their water clean. They will need a home with a secure lid.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 0 comments
Snake are awesome pets for some people. They are not right for everyone. Some snake will get huge so if you are thinking about getting a snake you should find out how large it will be when it is an adult. Pet stores have little snakes that will grow to be 6 feet or larger when they become adults. Snakes require heat, light and humidity.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +2 votes | 0 comments
Lizards will make very good pets for some people. The green iguana is very poplar but they go to be large and they require a lot of room. Not everyone has the room for them so they will wind up in shelters. Sthe Savannah monitor is one of the better monitors to keep as a pet but they are not for everyone. The Cameleon is a beautiful lizard but they need someone with experience in handling lizards.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +2 votes | 0 comments
A reptile can be a great pet for some people but they are not for everyone. You can not cuddle a reptile or teach him tricks. You can not take him for a walk. The Tegu is the exception and they can learn to respond to their name and if you are patient and take the time you can teach them tricks. When you get a reptile for a pet you must consider how large is it going to get as some of them grow up to be huge.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ball Pythons are a small constricting snake. They are great for a first snake for some people. They are docile and easy to tame. When they get scared they will coil up into a ball hense their name. They require less special treatment than most snakes. They need to be kept warm like all snakes and they need a basking area that is at least 90 degrees.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +1 votes | 1 comments
Bearded dragons make great pets for the right person. They are very social and love to be handled. They love to set in your hand and have their head petted. You must be careful with their tail as it will come off and when this happens your dragoon will suffer a lot of pain. His tail will grow back but it will not look the same.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +1 votes | 1 comments
Anoles make great pets and they are good for beginners. They are very popular small lizards kept as pets. The green anole is the most popular anole kept as a pet. They are not fussy eaters. Their diet consists mainly of crickets If you pull your anole's tail it will come off but will grow back in time.
Published by norlaw 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +3 votes | 4 comments
What is field plankton? Can I catch wild insects and feed them to my reptile pets? Can bearded dragons eat houseflies? Can anoles eat grasshoppers? Are lubber grasshoppers poisonous? What insects can I feed my herps? What things should pet lizards not be fed. How to catch field plankton? Is it safe to feed wild insects to my pets?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 66 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +1 votes | 1 comments
Handling a Burmese Python After Separation
Published by deepblue 67 months ago in Reptiles & Snakes | +18 votes | 13 comments
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