Well, I'm new to this site, but not reptiles. As a matter of fact, I've grown up adoring every Herp one could possibly find, even the most bizarre species to be heard of! I grew up with a green Anole, while this isn't such a great beginner reptile, it was a great beginning spark for my thirst for information on keeping reptiles- and that big male did live for 7+ years (still not the "best" lifespan, but honestly I was pretty young) I now have a Mountain Horn Dragon- I beleive him to be an Acanthosaura capra? based on Internet research. I have an old picture of him as my profile picture; in case anyone wants to suggest what they think he might be specifically. This guy has gotten bigger since, and is a real impressive dragon, around 3+ years of age at this point. I now have 5 leopard geckos, and though long ago I used to look over them to more spectacular species, thats when I discovered how pretty and cute they really are even on an affordable and financial scale. But now comes the newest member of the family. A Chinese Water Dragon ( Physignathus cocincinus) just a baby. I've done my research, I know how big they get, and even though I might think I've read some excellent care information out there "much of which I acquired on this very site"There's always, more to know! So when the little guy was first brought home from "Petco" (though it is too young to know whether its a he or she) I offered it a small mealworm "I pretty much feed roaches, but I try raising as many kinds of feeders I can at home" and it ate the mealworm to my surprise! I let it settle in its enclosure, and I've been feeding it; I can get into the details if anyone wants to know. but in short, there are still questions to be asked, So I hope to enjoy and get a lot out of this forum! I also hope that you all enjoy reading this, and that its not just another giant block of words.