Do any of you use these when doing a quick check on your T's (see if the food is uneaten, check on molts, etc)?
I used to have a tiny keychain
My normal ball python has been tilting its head.Sometime all the way around.i got him from a breeder 2 days ago.no sings of illness.Will she grow out
My E. sp red seems to have the curiosity that I'd read about when researching them. Whenever she senses activity around her enclosure she slowly starts
Hi all -
I returned from a trip to find my B.smithi mid-molt, so I have no idea how long she had been in the process. This was about 24 hours
My local store has a bunch of cavimanus for sale and the guy told me they are like a slightly more aggressive emperor. Is this true? Any tips or experiences
1,2, 3 are reds...others are yellows. I should have a couple correct. [emoji14]
I did a lot of research on tarantulas in general, but while I was at the store, I just saw the tarantula in the tank. I originally went in there to get
My little E.sp Red and Yellow don't move fast enough for me to have a problem discouraging them from leaving their container. These are the only Ts I
Getting more serious about having a high end collection for breeding and not buying up every cheap T I see.... Lol
Beginners have to start somewhere. Calmer NW terrestrials are the best for that.
The annoying thing is that we periodically have guys
I just use a regular small flashlight and it's done the trick for me. I use it all the time to see them. They never seem bothered by it either as I don't