Some of my Scaly pets

Ento890

In the Brooder
9 Years
Oct 19, 2010
46
3
24
Long Island, NY
I have a few chickens but most of my pets are reptiles. Thought I would share a few.

Female Gargoyle Gecko
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Super D crested I produced
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Baby Gargoyle Gecko
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My horrible Tokay
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Frog Eye Gecko
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Spear Point Leaf Tail Gecko
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My Tegu
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My EXTREMELY fat Golden gecko
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Two baby cresteds hatching
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One of my cresteds
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Leachie
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Me and Oakley (my 8 foot boa)
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Ento890

In the Brooder
9 Years
Oct 19, 2010
46
3
24
Long Island, NY
Halmahera Gecko
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Pacman Frog
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Velvet Gecko
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APTOR Leopard Gecko
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And the ONLY furry member in the household
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Zim, my short tail opossum
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Ento890

In the Brooder
9 Years
Oct 19, 2010
46
3
24
Long Island, NY
Just a quick question.. can you over feed snakes (i have a baby)

Absolutely, I think more so as babies than as adults because you usually feed most baby snakes (except boas and balls) pinkie mice. Pinkie mice are very fatty, so if offered very often, the snake can gain too much weight. Feeding schedules depend on what type of snake you have and how old it is.​
 

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