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Well the "cat is out of the bag".... we've been involved with this hobby for the last 40 years approx. - the first 16 or so in the UK. Can you imagine there were no such things as heat tapes, basking spot lights.
Obviously back then much was wild caught and David has incredible experience with venomous - although we choose not to own then now.
We have also worked with all the big cats in England - don't think we would have the energy now or would want to!
It really is a pleasure to own and work with captive bred reptiles.
D 'n A.
The higher the fewer!
There's nowhere to go but up!
(Old Smith family mottos)
Ok bighead, but before you move we should meet each other. The more herpers we get to know, the better. Sounds awesome. I hope to take a vacation there at least once in my life. Either there or Florida.
-You can search all day for something and never find it, only to see it in the most obvious of places after you've stopped looking.-