Discussion in 'Herp Photos' started by Anatoli, Sep 5, 2013.
some of my animals
Hi, you have some very nice and interesting animals! I would like to ask if you can give more details on the conditions inside the V. jobiensis a V. exanthematicus enclosures; temperatures, humidity levels, what prey you offer etc, how long you have been keeping them, and what is the substrate I can see, it looks like small white particles? It is very nice to "see" you here on the forum, too!
Great collection! The cat pic amused me. And is that a monkey I see?
Is that a pottos? Looks like it. I worked with them in the zoo.
This is one of my past co-workers with the pottos.
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Interesting. It's a zoo!
murrindindi hi !!!
conditions are simple) temperature up to 40c every day to spray.
they have complete freedom, 2 hours a day walking around the house)) in exanthematicus substrate corn, does not tolerate moisture, but to digest!
they eat rats, quail, cockroaches.
sometimes make dietary chops: bran, eggs, minced chicken, calcium
cassicat4, the cat greetings the photo is not a monkey, it's Loris tardigradus exactly Misha
NancyA hello)) Yes, it's too lori, only Nycticebus
Runningmom hello)) glad you like
some more pictures) bears already well-fed and released into nature
Separate names with a comma.