• Is any species of monitor lizards are venomous?

    I know the Komodo dragon is.
    I know the Komodo dragon is.
    3 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do turtles support communist?

    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are corn snakes legal in Georgia?

    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What size Dubia Roach for a baby/juvenile/adult Crested Gecko?

    I have a baby Crested Gecko and I'm planning to get Dubia Roaches as another food source along with the CGD diet. This is my first reptile and my first time housing insects. I've done research on the insect, but I just can't find any info on what size roach a baby Crested Gecko can have. I would also... show more
    I have a baby Crested Gecko and I'm planning to get Dubia Roaches as another food source along with the CGD diet. This is my first reptile and my first time housing insects. I've done research on the insect, but I just can't find any info on what size roach a baby Crested Gecko can have. I would also like to know what size roach is appropriate for a juvenile and adult as well.
    3 answers · 1 week ago
  • Names for a male Ball Python?

    Need a bit of help! :)
    Need a bit of help! :)
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Items a beginner snake owner should have?

    Best answer: No beginner needs a snake hook because they shouldn’t get a snake that requires that tool. Snake hooks are used for venomous snakes and more aggressive snakes that need to be gotten out of their cage first before settling down (Burmese pythons, retics, etc). A beginner snake will be calm even inside the cage so no... show more
    Best answer: No beginner needs a snake hook because they shouldn’t get a snake that requires that tool. Snake hooks are used for venomous snakes and more aggressive snakes that need to be gotten out of their cage first before settling down (Burmese pythons, retics, etc). A beginner snake will be calm even inside the cage so no hook is needed. I’ve never used water conditioner for any snake I’ve owned, they do fine without it. Feeding tweezers are useful but I prefer tongs. They’re sturdier and easier to grip. You can just buy them from a grocery store. And you’ll obviously need everything to care for the snake; heat source, thermometer, humidity gauge, spray bottle, water bowl, substrate, food, hides and a cage.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your opinion on minors keeping reptiles?

    Best answer: As long as the child is supervised an appropriate amount (as with any pet), it should be fine. There is nothing more inherently dangerous about a snake or lizard than a dog or cat.
    Best answer: As long as the child is supervised an appropriate amount (as with any pet), it should be fine. There is nothing more inherently dangerous about a snake or lizard than a dog or cat.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What’s a good name for a Male Corn Snake?

    Best answer: Take your pick. I kind of lean towards Cornelius (not on the list).
    http://www.thecornsnake.co.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6673
    Best answer: Take your pick. I kind of lean towards Cornelius (not on the list).
    http://www.thecornsnake.co.uk/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6673
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does anyone know where I can buy a relatively cheap water bowl that is deep enough for a corn snake to bath in?

    Best answer: Your neighborhood Farmer's Co Op store, or any hardware. Various sizes of galvanized buckets and bowls for any animal, and pets as well as farm animals. Will not be expensive.
    Best answer: Your neighborhood Farmer's Co Op store, or any hardware. Various sizes of galvanized buckets and bowls for any animal, and pets as well as farm animals. Will not be expensive.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where can I leave my snake when I’m away on holiday?

    Best answer: As long as the temperature is agreeable to the snake, you can just leave it for a couple of weeks. For longer periods, feed it before you leave and right after you return. Make sure that there is sufficient water too.
    Best answer: As long as the temperature is agreeable to the snake, you can just leave it for a couple of weeks. For longer periods, feed it before you leave and right after you return. Make sure that there is sufficient water too.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Help there is a snake's nest in my backyard. what should i do?

    Best answer: Call animal control.
    Best answer: Call animal control.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are Geckos really little TYRANNOSAUR REXES!?

    Best answer: Yes
    Best answer: Yes
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Question about a fancy leopard gecko?

    She has not been eating lately, her tail is getting skinny and she makes clicking noises and sometimes squeaks if anyone knows what i can do to help this please tell me! (Yes i do give her calcium but she hasnt been eating lately)
    She has not been eating lately, her tail is getting skinny and she makes clicking noises and sometimes squeaks if anyone knows what i can do to help this please tell me! (Yes i do give her calcium but she hasnt been eating lately)
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How many mice can I house in a 40 gallon tank?

    Best answer: Six is the maximum number of females you can keep. More than six females and they may start breaking off into their own colonies and fighting.
    Best answer: Six is the maximum number of females you can keep. More than six females and they may start breaking off into their own colonies and fighting.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are snakes related to dinosaurs?

    Best answer: Well, they're fellow reptiles, so they probably share an early cousin way back when.
    Best answer: Well, they're fellow reptiles, so they probably share an early cousin way back when.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why can't my Bearded Dragon move?

    This morning when I turned on her lights, she was curled up, and when I took her out of the cage, she opened her eyes, but the rest of her body was limp and cold. She occasionally licks her lips and moved her neck, but other than that, she is unresponsive.
    This morning when I turned on her lights, she was curled up, and when I took her out of the cage, she opened her eyes, but the rest of her body was limp and cold. She occasionally licks her lips and moved her neck, but other than that, she is unresponsive.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago