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Old 06-16-03, 07:25 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Well there's no way i can narrow it down to just one, so I'll name some of the species on my "dream list"

Favourite snakes: Diamond Python, Blackheaded Python and Green Anaconda
Favourite lizards: Australian Water Dragon,Red-eyed Crocodile skinks, Mangrove or Nile Monitor
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My favorite Order of reptles are Crocodylia. Simply because of the intelligence based in these animals and the lack of interest in this hobby. You will find many reptile owners touting the intelligence and learning powers of the animals they keep as pets. However, there is no doubting one fact about crocodilians - that they are the only reptiles with a brain advanced enough to contain a cerebral cortex. This is the area of the brain where thought takes place. Therefore, the arguement would be that crocodilians possess some ability to think.
My favorite Species would be freshwater crocodiles ( C. johnstoni) because they are one of the only species that hasn't had much confrontations with man. Plus the breeding is generally different than most other species of crocs.
Orinocos are also one of my favorites, too.

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Old 06-16-03, 10:32 PM   #19 (permalink)
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I would love to be able to have just a burm python, But i don't have the room for something that large, Thats my dream snake. But i guess for now my fav. snake would have to be ball pythons, But i love all snakes so this is a real hard one to answer
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Favourite Snake: Corn snake for the amazing colours and patterns.

Favourite Lizard: Leopard Gecko, they have so much personality!
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Giant Day Gecko, they are just so pretty the only problem with them is that I cannot handle them.
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Well, I have a ball python right now, and he's great, but I'd have to say my "dream" snake would probably be a red-tail boa. Not too fancy, but nice pattern and colours, managable size, and good temperment.

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Chameleon by far anthough a Tor would com in a close second
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My favorite snakes are blood and short-tailed pythons!

Python brongersmai
Python breitensteini
Python curtus

But my dream snake is a centralian python! Hope I'll be able to get one in the future!
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My favorite snake no doubt in my mind is an ALBINO BOA.
My favorite lizard is a blue tree monitor.
My favorite reptile I have is either my savannah monitor or my lil female BCI.
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Old 06-17-03, 02:57 PM   #27 (permalink)
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toss up between the bambo rat and my argentines (Bco)
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My favorite would have to be my beardies. They crack me up all the time with the silly things they do. Plus i love their personalities. I love giving them baths too it's so fun to watch them swim around.
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A toss up between the leatherback sea turtle or radiated tortoise from Madagascar.
The leather Back because there's nothing as awesome as a "warm blooded" reptile and the radiata because...well, its just so cute!
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I would have to say the most interesting to me are croc monitor's king cobra's and salty croc's
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