Would it be ok to have a half and half tank for my anoles? I have been looking around online but I can't find anything on the subject.
So NEVER EVER let your iguana climb under your sweater between that and your shirt. MINE TOOK A CRAP! it is still a baby.. like 10 months old... yeah DISGUSTING. i had to rip my sweater and shirt because it was everywhere all over my pants too... so gross. I alomst threw up. atleast my big one is trained.. i need to trainthis one to go to the bathroom in only water now.
I live in Northern IN and am trying to find a home for my Red Tail. I don't want to ship him though. He was a rescue and I don't have the means to care for him properly. He's squashed into an enclosure that's way too small and due to a lack of time and his previous owner he hasn't been handeled in over 6 months. Needless to say he's a little agressive now. However, with some loving and devoted attention he could be a great snake. If your interested I can be reached at Twstychik@hotmail.com, put MEMNOCK in the subject line so I know it's about the snake, or post a reply here w/ your contact info.
I'll be getting my own place in a month, and I'm thinking I'll need some company of the reptilian variety since I'm to be allergic to everything with hair (fish are boring, birds are too noisy). I met a girl with an iguana last spring and was completely enamoured with him. Iguanas seem to be pretty expensive to take care of (and HUGE), so I was wondering what the best type of lizard would be for someone starting out in reptile care. I'll be living in a 1 bedroom apartment, so I can't really build any huge 4 foot enclosures for a large reptile.
Somethings wrong with my turtle, Earl. :(
His shell is extremely soft and when you put slight pressure on the edges it looks like they(the edges) are going to break off, but in a perfect circle around his shell.
His shell is also kind of discolored.