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Dentist, for the past 30 years

Hey you would have good access to UV resins LOL

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WV ... I worked in a pet store a long time ago. I do still consider myself an amatuer herpetologist. Do you still keep reptiles?

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Yeah, I still have 4 red tail boas, argentine tegu, mexican beaded lizard, and a pair of green tree monitors

Two years ago I got my son a Jackson Chameleon for Xmas. 5 days later she gave birth to 7.

 

Not fun. Not for a minute.

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Two years ago I got my son a Jackson Chameleon for Xmas. 5 days later she gave birth to 7.

 

Not fun. Not for a minute.

 

That would have been pretty awesome in my book, as long as there was someone around who would want them.

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Two years ago I got my son a Jackson Chameleon for Xmas. 5 days later she gave birth to 7.

 

Not fun. Not for a minute.

 

That would have been pretty awesome in my book, as long as there was someone around who would want them.

Jackson chameleon aren't low maintenance and there's a lot that can go wrong with them and their eyes.

 

Little freaks when they are born, this pic when they were about two hours old.

 

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I would have LOVED that .... 6 for the price of one !!!

Still, I hope someone took care of them properly. Little ones need little bugs. And they need "watering" several times a day.

 

Oh, wait. Two years ago ... you don't need any help.

 

Never mind.

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Jackson chameleon aren't low maintenance and there's a lot that can go wrong with them and their eyes.

 

Little freaks when they are born, this pic when they were about two hours old.

 

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Oh I know ihang10, I bred these guys for 2 seasons before I moved on to other species. The difficult ones to breed and care for are the little carpet chameleons. They are really sensitive to temp changes. I had to keep them in a sealed room so a draft couldn't go in when I opened the entrance door to the house in winter. Definitely enjoy monitors and snakes more. Much lower maintanence than the good ole chameleons

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I hang and wvu

Love the reptiles. Have had several in the past and my son currently has a russian tortoise that he has had for 5 years. The whole family belongs to our blue and gold macaw, female.

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I was a teacher for twelve yrs as the chairperson for the Art dept. Left that cause i hated the politics in school Now I'm a Route sales Manager for Ecolab.yep. I'm a corporate slug.

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I am genuine farm hand. Finding odd jobs here and there just trying to find some cash to support my fishing addiction. Recently joined a Fishers Anonymous group but they just seem to influence me even more :P Being only 17 I havent yet started a career yet, but Im looking into ministry work. Hopefully Ill start a fly fishers for Christ group, but who knows

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