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Thread: Some Old Photos from my Reptile/Amphibian Days.

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    Love the bugs! Were you breeding Dynastes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragoness View Post
    some pretty roaches, too.

    I had a Tokay for a while, never really minded his bite, or (his bark). What I never cared for in terms of lizards biting was the green amieva my brother had.
    It's not the pain from a Tokay's bite that sucks, it's their reluctance to let go. I've seen several latch on to something and actually prefer death over defeat. Tokays were one of the first exotic reptiles I ever kept. I had one or 2 when I was a kid but quickly tired of them and moved on to more rare and exotic species. Ameivas, like most Teiids can be really aggressive and deliver a pretty nasty bite. They are just miniature tegus after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acro View Post
    Love the bugs! Were you breeding Dynastes?
    Yes, I bred the Dynastes for several years. Very cool bugs.

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    Johnny I love all these reptile pics. If you find any more; keep posting! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    It's not the pain from a Tokay's bite that sucks, it's their reluctance to let go. I've seen several latch on to something and actually prefer death over defeat.
    Sounds like some humans I've encountered!
    Seriously, the reptiles are amazingly beautiful. I can appreciate why people get so deeply fascinated by them.

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    Found 1 more..........

    Hemisphaeriodon gerrardi - One of my Pink Tounged Skinks

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    Being as it is a skink do they do the tongue flicking as snakes do? 'Cool lizard, and pretty substantial looking.
    - Mark

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    Not as extreme as in snakes but, yes they're constantly "tasting" their way around.

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