A little fancy dance stepping as I lift a planter to note it eyeing my leg from a foot away. Dash up to grab camera, get back, unscrew up the settings
Very Shocking behavior , from these Ts they seem to be tapping & communicating.
My Fireleg B bohemi and, my Suntiger )P irimina) are
= the explanation a local petshop gave me for why they have no Ts.
In all fairness, they specialize in exotic reptiles, not Ts, but c'mon!
Dave made a purchase of a B. klassi and a B. auratum for his collection. He was a good negotiator and we came to a agreement on a fair price. He was quick
Just wanted to say hi. I have been out of the hobby for a while due to being pregnant lol but now that im done with all that iam ready for some ts again.
So, the issue is still there for me, although not happening as much as it was at the time from my initial problem posting. Any ideas how to resolve without
I decided not to start a new thread so I'll be posting here. A lot of things happened since I last wrote. So, now I still have only
They hardly see anything really - their main sense is vibration-detection. I don't know where you get that notion their vision would be pretty good, but
Arboreals tend to get into very weird positions sometimes, not something to be worried about generally. Aside that, don't overfeed them either as it makes
This - terrestrials tend to do that when thirsty or "complaining" about humidity not alright it would seem. I've witnessed this with my B. smithi