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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rue
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    But you know...my snake is now at least 6' long...but she's not very thick, so she's still fine in the 33g set-up she has...she spends most of her time in her log or on top of it...not moving...

    Ideally I'd like an enclosure with a tree for her to climb...but I don't think that'll be happening...
    What kind of snake is it, a boa?
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    Thanks for the comments everyone . I ended up getting some fire-bellied toads today along with a few new plants. Not the most exotic animals in the world, but still cool-looking and fun to watch. Here's some pics...


    Day 3


    Peach


    Toad
    20 and 10 gallon community tanks, 5.5 gallon dwarf gourami tank
    Red tail boa, Corn snake, Albino Nelson's milksnake
    Fire belly toads (2), Red eye tree frogs (2), Antilles pinktoe tarantula
    Mourning gecko, Electric blue gecko, Crested gecko, Mali uromastyx

  2. #12

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    And some shots of the plants...


    A sundew plant. It's carnivorous :x.


    A purple pitcher plant. Also carnivorous.


    So close, but so far


    And, a type of ivy. The name escapes me already.

    I know the toads are male and female because we caught them, uhh, how do you say... hugging... yes let's go with that. Hopefully I'll see some eggs in the near future :D
    20 and 10 gallon community tanks, 5.5 gallon dwarf gourami tank
    Red tail boa, Corn snake, Albino Nelson's milksnake
    Fire belly toads (2), Red eye tree frogs (2), Antilles pinktoe tarantula
    Mourning gecko, Electric blue gecko, Crested gecko, Mali uromastyx

  3. #13

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    Well I bet you guys will never guess who we found on our bathroom counter about a foot away from his tank . Figures he escapes the day after I try to get a glass top and we find him the day after we give his home away .

    Ok, now I promise I'll stop spamming up the boards with my reptile stuff , just thought it was funny/ironic.
    20 and 10 gallon community tanks, 5.5 gallon dwarf gourami tank
    Red tail boa, Corn snake, Albino Nelson's milksnake
    Fire belly toads (2), Red eye tree frogs (2), Antilles pinktoe tarantula
    Mourning gecko, Electric blue gecko, Crested gecko, Mali uromastyx

  4. #14

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    Very nice! I don't find the red-bellied frogs 'ordinary' looking...I think they're beautiful!

    I have a Vietnamese Blue Beauty (or striped-tail rat snake)...
    55 g Goldfish Tank - 3 Fancies, 2 Comets
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