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    Re: Introductions!

    awesome the second one looks like a giant version of my armadillo lizards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolita
    awesome the second one looks like a giant version of my armadillo lizards
    He's got a bit of an attitude, but once you pick him up he's a softy.
    Armadillo lizards are another I'm unfamiliar with. Are they vegetarians too?
    I'm very glad I don't ever have to buy shoes for my pets.
    They got too many legs...

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    nah armadillo lizards are insectivores but they kinda look similiar to your second uro

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    Hey everyone, my names Mike, strangely enough my friend MikeMike is the one that got me into spiders and herpes and the sort, still waiting for larger living environment so i can get some birds, miss having my cockatiel on my shoulder while i play video games. I have 2 spiders 1 leopard gecko and 4 cats, not sure if i can count the crickets since they get eaten but i enjoy raising them.
    im not here to pick sides, i dont deal with emotions i deal with facts, dont cry to me because im right
    "stonedsage"

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    Hello all!

    My name is Stephen and I am from McConnells, SC but currently live in Rock Hill. I grew up on a farm and have been around all kinds of animals. I have always loved animals, including the creepy crawlies. I caught my first snake at the ripe young age of 18 months... if you don't believe me ask my family. And that has stuck ever since. I like to collect and keep indigenous species of reptiles, invertebrates, amphibians, and arachnids. But I only tend to keep them for a small period of time, although if I do come across ones that are very prone to eating while in my care I keep them a little longer. My mom used to boast that if you couldn't find me in the house then I was off looking for critters, lol.

    Apart from the critters around my house that I have kept and cared for, I have also owned a Savannah Monitor, a Chubby frog, a Ball Python, a Red-tail Boa, two Albino Clawed frogs, a handful of Emperor Scorpions, a Goliath Birdeater, a Corn Snake (even though this is an indigenous species to the upstate of South Carolina, I have never actually experienced one in the wild), a Garter Snake (I am sad to report that I think this particular one that I purchased from a reptile show had to have been wild caught because it was very cheap and even though it was branded a proven eater, I was unable to get it to eat for me even after many attempts and ultimately let it go at the pond near my house- which I would like to also note that I do NOT condone releasing just any kind of animal that has been purchased as a pet into the wild around your home, especially if it is not indigenous. Luckily for me Garter Snakes are and I have even kept a few that were caught in my own backyard), and currently own a Red-eared Slider and a Mud Turtle, a recently acquired juvenile Bull Frog and two Rats along with my Shih Tzu.

    I am passionate about all animals and am looking forward to being apart of this forum!!

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    nice to meet you your childhood sounds kinda similiar to mine only mine was in florida instead i was the same way as a kind catching everything that moved i think i was the only person i know who bred green tree frogs by the thousands in a kiddie pool when they were 7

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