Apparently he has his mind made up that this is the new poop corner.
One thing I've learned in this hobby is never to assume...that a "docile" t will always be docile. Today I did some feeding, watering and housekeeping,
Does anyone know how this ruins enclosure was made? I found this picture online, I'd love to make something like it.
It is a bit early, but i really dont care, so in the hobby, where do you see yourselves heading?
It's amazing how different three sibling slings can be. My three 1/2" to 3/4" pulchra slings have quite different behaviors.
Having only just started out...definitely expanding. Not by much seeing as we need a bigger place, rapidly running out of space but yeah... Too many ifs
Just the 2 at the moment, B. Albo (just over an inch) and B. Smithi (1/4-1/2 inch), both of whom are doing well. Me and the missus got the Albo about
From personal experience, keep in mind Sidewinders are basically nocturnal. They come out for warmth but of all the crotalids they dislike the light the
Thanks so much! I'm very sorry to hear about the loss of your G. rosea.
Mine was the first T I ever acquired, and I will definitely
I was inferring that we should always expect them to act unpredictable.
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Sure does look like a juvie hottentotta specie
My wife bought me a computer mouse with a similar scorpion encased in it thinking I would