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Stopped by My Local Reptile Shop!

Discussion in 'HH General Discussion' started by schmidt1894, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. schmidt1894

    schmidt1894 Elite Member

    I stopped by the local reptile shop near by, like I do occasionally. Took some pictures for ya'll. I'm sure you would enjoy them.

    Could somebody tell me what kind of python that is? I really like it.... How big do they get?

    This leachie was pretty darn big! Haha, they just got it in this morning and was setting up and enclosure today for him, it's in a temporary enclosure.

    Some Caimen's! These guys were like 400 bucks I believe... Or 200 something. Really pretty lizards. Never seen them in person.

    PARSON'S Chameleon!!!! This guy was $2499! Never seen these guys ever!

    Hope you enjoyed!

    Oh, p.s. I'm applying to this reptile shop for a job!:) Would be awsome to get the job, to work with reptiles... Till I left for college!

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  2. skelly98

    skelly98 Elite Member

    The python is a green tree, and they get long, forget how long, but stay really, really skinny.
  3. schmidt1894

    schmidt1894 Elite Member

    Very cool! :)
  4. skelly98

    skelly98 Elite Member

    Yeah, they are really cool, but too delicate for my tastes... though they are fun to look at every time an expo runs through ;)
  5. riderx4life

    riderx4life Well-Known Member

    that green tree is beautiful!! Delicate like how? Like, look but dont touch or just a lot can go wrong very easily? Sorry if its a dumb question...
  6. riderx4life

    riderx4life Well-Known Member

    schmidt, can you post some more pictures of your amazing red eye?
  7. skelly98

    skelly98 Elite Member

    LOL BOTH! very, very delicate animals, and at 5-10 hundred dollars a pop, not something i would want to be messing with- That's not to say a experienced keeper can't have one, but it's certianly not a good reptile for those just looking for a handleable, easy pet.
  8. skelly98

    skelly98 Elite Member


    And with teeth like that, you REALLY don't want to mess with one. LOL.
  9. riderx4life

    riderx4life Well-Known Member

    look at those teeth!!
  10. JoeyG

    JoeyG Subscribed User Premium Member

    She's certainly a little beauty, too bad they don't have a better set up for her. They're easy to keep if you meet the basic husbandry needs they need. Not really delicate just more experience required to keep one. Like any other animal you respect it's needs and temper and you can handle them too. Just don't let your gaurd down ;)
  11. jdandlucy

    jdandlucy Elite Member

    i had already descided not getting a gtp but as soon as my wife seen the teeth she said " h*ll no"
  12. Thalatte

    Thalatte Elite Member

    The caimans are a type of tegu and are probably closer to 400$. I was looking online for some and they were all about $450.

    That chameleon is awesome but really expensive which probably means really hard to keep...
  13. jdandlucy

    jdandlucy Elite Member

  14. Zappa230

    Zappa230 Elite Member

    Beautiful boa and camins. Hope you get the job!
  15. Thalatte

    Thalatte Elite Member

    I like the coloring but the shape of the chameleon is wierd.
  16. mjack360

    mjack360 Active Member

    That's a very beautiful snake!
  17. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    Besides the price tag this is why I don't have one :)

    Did I ever mention I have a phobia of being bitten? Yet I have been bitten by so many animals...
  18. Scottk

    Scottk Active Member

    I think with tree pythons it's hit or miss with the whole attitude issue. I've never had tree pythons but I've had amazon tree boas and they are the same as tree pythons as far as attitude. My male was nice, never bit or struck out at me, he could be handled with no issues at all. Now my female was extremely mean she would bite all the time, she calmed down after months of working with her but she still would bite just not nearly as much as in the beginning. Tree pythons and tree boas are great snakes to own and observe but take a lot of patience as far as docile handling goes, and expect to get bit. When they are smaller the bites are not that bad.
  19. Ripkabird98

    Ripkabird98 Elite Member

    Not entirely true.

    Caiman lizards are part of the Teiid family, but is NOT a Tegu in any way. It is CALLED the Water Tegu, but it isn't a true Tegu.

    They can be about $300-$400
  20. VaranusDragon74

    VaranusDragon74 Active Member

    That skull was for an Emerald Tree Boa, not a Green Tree Python..
    They look very similar in coloration, and their coiled style of perching on branches..
    Emerald Boas are from South America, around the Amazon..
    The Green Trees come from Indonesia, and the island of Papua New Guinea..

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