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  • Fill both sides of the grinder to surface tension with high proof alcohol, let sit, reduce alcohol, sprinkle on new bowl.
  • Aquarium of the Pacific (Image) Far right in green, running past the scrum to murder their flyhalf. Who gave me a rapier? (Image) So High Fun Fact: I'll never turn down a bubble bath (especially with that chic) (Image)
  • Spent like 20 minutes reading and watching videos about tents. Win.
  • Had three before. They're great fun to play with but smell can be an issue. Bath time was awesome. Most love the water so you can bathe them for playtime to cut down on the smell. I tried to let mine out for a couple hours a day but you have to be…
    in Ferrets Comment by Jolt890 August 2010
  • More people should do this. If I get down to my families farm anytime soon I'll take a pic of theirs, it's a fucking monstrosity. About 10' long and 5-6' wide, I think it's an old grain bin. The three households on the farm all dump their organics …
  • I see no problem with glue traps if they're checked once a day and any captive are culled.
  • I would say a leopard gecko but...
  • They're considered pest in most places. When the population of a species isn't threatened, in some places is considered an infestation, it's about the traps being effective. Yeah, animals shouldn't suffer but you also shouldn't be such a whiny bit…
  • Most animals don't understand glass. A snake is no different. It will be fine though, a snake usually doesn't injure itself, negligent owners or prey animals are usually the cause of injury/sickness in snakes. I've had a few pissy rat snakes that …
  • Most likely a humidity problem with the molt. Higher humidy around molting time can do wonders. My scorpion would refuse to eat for quite a long time after a dry molt, but he was insatiable after an easy molt.
  • I'm a fan of most all animals, but I would not let that thing into my home. My cats would probably kill it before it got to me, but the thought of it escaping and crawling amongst my sheets gives me the willies.
  • Be proactive and make sure he knows that it's not a good behavior. You can also get something bitter or spicy to counteract this. The downside to that is having to spread or spray something on your dogs area at least once a day.
  • (Quote) There are no venemous snakes in my area, just the same, I use a walking stick to flip the tin. I'm pretty proficient with a snake hook anyways, it's rather safe for me, if I lived a couple states south I might consider adding a pull string…
  • If you want to go herping, what I like to do is take a couple 2-3ft squares of tin out into the woods and leave them flat on the ground for a couple weeks then go back and check them. Snakes love them.
  • (Quote) I would never put any animal I owned on that sand substrate. Digestible my ass, I've taken in rescues that have defecated blue or orange sand for weeks. Stuff should be taken off the market. (Quote) I've never attempted to ship geckos, I'…
  • Scotch, weed, and arrogance.
  • (Quote) This.
  • (Quote) And I reiterated it... The question is why didn't you delete your post after you realized that it made no sense? Now everyone has to load a shitty image with no relevance to the topic.
  • (Quote) Except the magnet and rocking force of the pullups would pulverise the sheetrock. It doesn't matter anyways because the sheetrock would never be flush against the steel like what you have pictured.
  • The pads are very safe with the proper amount of substrate. Don't place the hide directly over it, only about 50%, and make sure you provide an alyternate hide on the cold side of the gradient. (Tunnels would be cool for this.) You can couple the p…
  • You can get higher density foam than I used (it'll be either pink or blue) Keep in mind that although he may end up weighing 50-60lbs, all of that weight is spread over a pretty large area. If you're making a tunnel i'd suggest at least 2" of …
  • I've custom built some very large enclosures with friends for their animals (snakes usually, and one bitch of a rhinocerous iguana.) Any specififcs as to what you wantit to look like or want included, aside from a second level? It's gonna be hard …
  • Wish sharp was here, he's got crazy info on birdeaters and other spiders. There is one spider that actually plans different steps of it's attack and is smart enough to alter the plan should the situation change.
  • (Quote) Cept I'm guessing you might be able to part some old phones together... and you can sell broken newer phones on ebay for a few bucks. It does say it's a low risk, low yield operation. So quit being a douche.
  • (Quote) I think you got the jist. Just make sure you get a decnt stud finder and hit those beams in the ceiling on center. If you wanted you could get a couple of fake plants and hang them from it while you're not using the bar, that way if the la…
  • Tecate is the shit. +1
  • (Quote) Leave it alone, it probably needs time to acclimate. Give it a good hide and some heat and let it explore for a while before you shove food in it's face and start taking pictures of it. I wouldn't even be handling it until at least a coupl…
  • I think that my s/o can believe whatever they want, if that's what makes them comfortable, fine. But shit would probably end if they decided to impose their views on me. Shit doesn't fly with the toilet seat placement, let alone who I pray to.
  • (Quote) No. [highlight]Yes.[/highlight]
  • I'd make the bottom of those legs on that design extend out further, stability is key when constructing anything that will be built inside a keg room. Personally, I'd just take some 1/2'' bolts with eyelets and drill them into the ceiling truss/spa…
  • I wouldn't worry about the gaps if you notice no other signs of poor health and the gaps don't get worse. It could be a misplaced muscle/tendon/etc. after feeding. Make sure not to feed oversized prey, it may correct itself after the next feeding. …
  • (Quote) Thread is called bump when your high, you have no right to post here. JK PS I'm high.
  • After careful consideration, I have decided that I definitely would like an attack llama.
  • Cost for the tanks was about $30, foam was $8, latex sealer and brushes $10, glue $3, substrate was about $10, stand was another $30 Most of the hides, water bowl, and misc. decorations I already had. All in all, around $100usd. The tank/stand wo…
  • Bump. Dank.
  • It's an asian carp, they're known to do that, google for fucks sake.
  • The purple does look dark but it could be contrast from the intense orange, regardless, it's fucking sick. I have geckos cause they're ridiculously easy to keep. I also have a variety because I have lots of ongoing breeding projects that I'm worki…
  • Some mountains >14 can be easier to climb, some <14 can be real bitches. It also depends on the path you take, some routes are weaker/stronger than others.
  • Can still fish for bass in the tens of thousands of lakes. I mainly fish for walleye anyways. There is some evidence that the asian carp may actually help with the zebra mussel problem, starving them of food.
  • I posted in the stickied thread about the stickers. Let this one fall to the bottom.
  • Second post contains 2 firearms and a bow...
  • Very beautiful. Lavender is the proper name I believe. I won't spam your thread with all my reptiles. I'll make my own thread soon. I have: 40+ Leopard Geckos, 12 or 13 snakes, can't remember (corns kings, pythons, and boas), a blue tonge skink, a…
  • Ahhh... in that case apologies, I thought some mod/admin with a god complex didn't like the way I spoke. Also, that sucks, I posted in 20+ threads yesterday.
  • Edit my posts if you're gonna be a bitch about it. Don't delete them entirely. There was content there that didn't warrant deletion. OnTopic: I love the monos, they bring a nice vibrance to the tank. I'd love to see them weave through the bamboo.