i just want to take a moment to say thank you for fallowing.
Ruben the boa constrictor runs this blog and I help him, and we are the All About Reptiles Team.
and we never thought this little blog would grow so big, and be a reference for people to ask questions and explore their curiosities, as well as be apart of a blogging community.
we just lived quietly in our little apartment our whole life not really ever meeting anyone else who was a herper, or spoke reptile. so it’s nice to see you’re all out there and care as much as us!
we love talking with you, we love answering your questions, and we love looking at beautiful reptiles.
so please if you have any cool stories, are working on anything in the community, have a question, or anything let us know.
and stay cozy and warm.
This girl makes me want to vomit rainbows, she’s so beautiful. #AlmostHeavenHerps #leopardgecko #raptor #geckos #WV
Guys this is Hunter, she does the Charleston expo with me. Go follow her, she has pretty leos and cresties.
Alrighty guys, the grey/blue shirt won by a mile! The booster campain for this shirt has been set up:
If you have the least bit of interest in herp education, it would be super cool if you’d buy this (of course, only if you like the shirt!). My goal with this expo isn’t just to get vendors together to sell things, but I really want to educate the public and help people realize that reptiles aren’t a bad thing that people should be afraid of. This expo is run by me and a friend, and our money doesn’t really cut it. Of course we have table and entry fees, but a little more money a month or two before the show starts would be extremely helpful. I could buy more signs, set up better education tables, get better crafts for the kids…tons of things.
If you can’t or don’t want to buy the shirt, there’s a link on the booster page to share it on your facebook. It would also be really awesome if you could reblog this!
snakes climbing trees. pictures are from live science.
Those ventral scales are more important than they seem
Nine Aldabra giant tortoises have hatched at Tulsa Zoo in Oklahoma!
They are a Vulnerable species found on the Seychelles. Aldabra tortoises are the world’s second largest tortoise species. Just how big will these little guys grow?
Find out at ZooBorns: http://bit.ly/1mCQAIs