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View Poll Results: What is your favourite type of herp?
Lizards 14 22.95%
Snakes 42 68.85%
turtles/tortoises 2 3.28%
arachnids 2 3.28%
fish 0 0%
other - specify 1 1.64%
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Old 07-23-03, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is your favourite type of herp?
other - tell us what it is?
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Old 07-23-03, 01:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My real favorites are lizards but my next purchases will be more snakes.

Why ??? damn LIVE FOOD !

If lizards were as easy to care for as snakes, I'd have 100 !

I'm really getting fed up with crix and a lizard is really expensive to care for compared to a snake. (I'm not talking about giants though..)

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Snakes, easy. How hard is it to feed something only once a week? SO many different kinds, dont poop all that often. Easy. Snakes are easily number one.
1.1 Leo - 0.2 Ball Python - 0.1 Beardie - 0.0.1 Rocky Mount. Toad.
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Old 07-23-03, 02:09 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Snakes all the way but I do love my leos Damn now I'm in a feed back loop thanks
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Lizzards are my favorite hands down. Some of their care and their food items are a bit more demanding then snakes but i don't mind.

I do love my snakes also and i agree snakes (at least my snakes) are easier to take care of. Which is why i plan on getting more =)
1.2 Bearded dragons (Login, Raven, & Jean Grey) 1.1.1 Corn snakes(Havoc,Sable, & Kink0 1.5 Leo's (Psyloke (Lucky-male) Speedball, Domino, Rouge, Siren, Elektra) 1.0 Veiled Chams (Neo), 0.1 Rose Hair T. (Night Crawler) 0.0.3 Crested Geckos (Shiva, Storm, Beast) 0.2 Kenyan Sand Boas (Tigra & Cloak)
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__________________ 2.2 Crotalus adamanteus. 2.2 Crotalus h. atricaudatus. 2.2 Crotalus h. horridus. 1.1 Agkistrodon p. piscivorus. 1.1 Agkistrodon c. contortrix. 1.1 Agkistrodon c. mokasen. 1.1 Agkistrodon c. laticinctus. 1.1 Agkistrodon c. pictigaster. Agkistrodon c. phaeogaster. 1.2 Sistrurus miliarius barbouri. 1.1 Micrurus fulvius. 0.0.1 Micrurus fulvius tenere
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snakes. more cuddly.
1.1 ball pythons (Huxley and Marla)
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snakes....i dunno why....they just mesmerize me!
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I'm all for snakes though my crested gecko is growing on me big time.
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LIZARDS! Mostly geckos though.
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all alone with my scorps and tarantulas
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Hmmm am I the only one that thought herps only meant reptiles and amphibians? Anyway mine is snakes followed closely by lizards.
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lol do we even need the fish topic on this site.
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