That makes sense, she's really pretty. I wanted to get some geckos and beardies, the only think that stoped me was feeding live crickets. I know they make pelleted food, but I never could get my iguana to eat it.
Awww, cute! Me and my brother raised a Salamander (not sure what kind) from an egg when we were younger (in Elementary school).
My dad, my brother, and I always used to go to the wet lands near where we lived to look for snakes and frogs and such. Well one time we were bad (didn't know it was illegal...) and took a bunch of eggs home. Lots of tadpoles hatched but only one little guy survived. He grew up and then when he was big we went and released him into the wet lands again.
I know now though not to do that, lol.
I don't even know how the little guy survived! I can't remember what we fed him and he didn't have a heat source or anything either...
I will do but only after university when I've moved out. I currently have 4 turtles and I am going to get a 5th. We have a turtle tank for tiny turtles like the musks and I have a larger one for Squishy and Squirt. Karl needs a friend though haha! Don't forget the two bearded dragons, two corn snakes, a Cali king snake and all of the reptiles I look after daiy at college haha! I don't have the room for a tortoise enclosure though currently. I could get a hatchling and upgrade the enclosure but still we currently have no room
- Alexandrine parakeets Kona, Peaches, George (missing), Holly (RIP), & - Orange winged Amazon parrot Paulie - Black capped lory Charlie - Red fronted kakariki Bilbo
Awww, well you'll get him/her one day!! I'm REALLY hoping I'll be able to get a Russian Tortoise in the summer. I'm going to build a Tortoise Table too and he/she can live in the basement! (or... the "man cave" lol)