August 29th, 2004, 08:23 PM
By special request, here are the rest of my "underdogs"...LOL...according to IronKnight!!! Ahhh, I love all my critters the same, some are just more photogenic than others!!!!
The first one is Spunky, she is 12. The next one is Tux, he is 7. Then a rare photo of the cats within 3 feet of each other, and my fiance Tim. The fourth photo is of our 3 leopard geckos, Jenn, Jane and Dave. The last one is George, our house gecko who is VERY hard to take a picture of!!
August 29th, 2004, 08:28 PM
The first one is Annie, she is an ANOLE. Her brother, Ollie died about 3 months ago, he is in the last picture. The next one is Kamau, one of our Giant African Land Snails. His name means "Quiet warrior" in some dialect of African. The next is Kaimah, her name means "Tiny one". They aren't really "he's or she's" but I like to say that they are boy and girl, even though they are hermaphrodites!! The fourth pic is my fave....these 2 devoured a huge chunk of watermelon in less than 4 hours....their new favourite treat!!!
August 29th, 2004, 08:37 PM
Thanks for posting them i really appreciate it http://www.boomspeed.com/carolrobert/number1.gif
They are all unquestionably beautttttttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiful http://www.boomspeed.com/carolrobert/biggrinbounce.gif
i guess you got a room in your house that looks and feels like the tropics?
i used to own reptiles when i was younger! and knew So much about them..
gotta love those critters http://mitglied.lycos.de/diabloopi/forum/images/smilies/8.gif
August 30th, 2004, 07:16 AM
Catt,I can sooo relate to your tortie beeing the queen of the castle,my Cookie used to be the same totally ruled my other two cats :D
Now,with three males it's a bit calmer,although I think Chico is transexual :D
Your leopard geckos are beautiful,I might be wrong for calling them lizards,but I love them,all sizes!!
I hate to see your hydro-bill at the end of the month!
August 31st, 2004, 12:22 PM
Those snails are REALLY different!! :D I didnt know they had snails that big!! how big do they get?? how long do they live??