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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristen View Post
    Thank you! Bluie is my only reptile haha, even though I'm getting my gecko tank ready and just got my hands on a snake tank (but I wont get the snake for while)
    Aww how come you sold her? I''m thinking of getting another one myself, so Bluie can ave a girlfriend haha ;P
    I was looking for extra money for the Tinley Reptile Show and I still regret it. I'm going to be doing some rearranging in my room to see if I can have a place for a nice display cage for one again. I really love the species.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deac77 View Post
    Yea shes a ball python and she's a sweet heart! And that is a tiger salamander native here he's a hand full like a pacman on steroids lol!! He's about a foot long very aggressive feeder lol and I love my chameleon he is actually very very friendly loves being out of his cage my favorite is my beardie tho stubble is my baby
    I've been VERY tempted for several years - since my first reptile show I ever attended - about getting a chameleon. What species is yours?

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    Just a vield nothing special but he has awesome blue tones and better color than most
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deac77 View Post
    Just a vield nothing special but he has awesome blue tones and better color than most
    What is their care like? I've heard many things, but I keep hearing conflicting information. A Veiled would make a good first time chameleon?

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    Oh yea def they are one of the most hardy species you can start with you need a screen enclosure they like air flow and I put a strong plant in there for climbing like bamboo and strong vines basking temp about 105-110f and ambient temp 85-95f have a life span of about 7-9 years and most are semi docile they do eat ALOT calcium dust 3xs a week as baby's and 1x a week as adult they are very fast growing and very easy to breed on captivity if you took that route I can answer a lot of questions of ya have anymore it also does count to mention they prefer 50-70% humidity they also have to have a UVB sours 10.0 repti-sun is what I use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Striped marsh View Post
    That Ball python has the best pattern wish I could get one. I used to have a shingleback there very similar in behavior to regular blueys but mine was very docile(until food was presented). Almost forgot good looking Bluey
    Thank you!
    Last edited by Kristen; June 26th, 2012 at 02:25 AM. Reason: Fogot to quote so it looked like I was saying thanks to no one :P haha

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    Kristen you can send me the skink hehe
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    Im sure he'd love the 19 hour flight haha

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    Default Re: Bluie the Blue Tongue Lizard :)

    sure he would!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristen View Post
    Just thought I'd share some pictures of my Blue tongue 'Bluie'
    His about two years old I believe
    He was just roaming around the house on his walk haha.

    Him playing with his food

    Hi Kristen, that is one beautiful blue tongue skink you got! I love that pattern on his back. I have a question that'll lead to a suggestion though. Are you feeding him snails that you caught in gardens? If so, I would suggest feeding cornmeal to the snails prior to giving your skink those snails. Many people (potentially your neighbor) may use pesticides in garden so cornmeal feeding may get rid of the pesticide that the snail had previously ingested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namio View Post
    Hi Kristen, that is one beautiful blue tongue skink you got! I love that pattern on his back. I have a question that'll lead to a suggestion though. Are you feeding him snails that you caught in gardens? If so, I would suggest feeding cornmeal to the snails prior to giving your skink those snails. Many people (potentially your neighbor) may use pesticides in garden so cornmeal feeding may get rid of the pesticide that the snail had previously ingested.
    Thank you!
    Nah I buy the snails, but thank you for your concern

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    Wow, she is really big!

    I live in Australia as well and there is this one blue tongue that lives in a hole under the stairs near the shed.
    He has been there ever since i can remember, definitely more than 5 years for sure!

    I used to be scared of it when i was young but now its great to see he/she come out and walk around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC101 View Post
    Wow, she is really big!

    I live in Australia as well and there is this one blue tongue that lives in a hole under the stairs near the shed.
    He has been there ever since i can remember, definitely more than 5 years for sure!

    I used to be scared of it when i was young but now its great to see he/she come out and walk around.
    He is alot bigger than when I got him haha,
    Oh Lucky! Is he/she comfortable around you?
    At my house I don't really have any wildlife except for the odd marsh frog every now and then, but at my grandmas there is HEAPS of reptiles and frogs, its great

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    Is he comfortable, well, sort of.
    Ive only seen him a couple times and he just goes about his business not worrying about me.

    I don't have much wildlife either and im lucky to have this beauty!

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