August302014
tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?
Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

Correct me if I’m wrong but according to the Conditional Species, you are not allowed to own the animals on the list as a pet?

There’s a license and we have it. Please read my about section.

I know you have one. Lol I meant as an average joe in Florida. Whoops. Sorry for not being clear enough. ^.^’

Yeah average Joe in Florida can no longer possess a Conditional Species as a personal pet. Had you owned one previously to the ROC (Reptiles of Concern) permit you would have been grandfathered in and allowed to keep the animal(s) you already owned. But you can’t buy/sell/keep Conditional Species in Florida unless you have the Conditional Species permit even if you do have an ROC.

tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?

Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

Correct me if I’m wrong but according to the Conditional Species, you are not allowed to own the animals on the list as a pet?

There’s a license and we have it. Please read my about section.

I know you have one. Lol I meant as an average joe in Florida. Whoops. Sorry for not being clear enough. ^.^’

Yeah average Joe in Florida can no longer possess a Conditional Species as a personal pet. Had you owned one previously to the ROC (Reptiles of Concern) permit you would have been grandfathered in and allowed to keep the animal(s) you already owned. But you can’t buy/sell/keep Conditional Species in Florida unless you have the Conditional Species permit even if you do have an ROC.

4PM
tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?
Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

Correct me if I’m wrong but according to the Conditional Species, you are not allowed to own the animals on the list as a pet?

There’s a license and we have it. Please read my about section.

tiger-girl76:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?

Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

Correct me if I’m wrong but according to the Conditional Species, you are not allowed to own the animals on the list as a pet?

There’s a license and we have it. Please read my about section.

4PM

Anonymous said: Superpredators-exoticreptiles

Yeah I’ve thought about changing it and then I thought “nah”.

3PM

Anonymous said: i'll be honest i always see that. kind of. i see Super preador 'sexotic' reptiles. and i think of handsome people with snakes.

That’s okay. Totally okay with being associated with handsome people with snakes. Let’s not make it something it’s not though.

3PM

Snakes on a Plane

morelia-viridis:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Oh yeah, time to point out all the non-venomous species/poorly animated snakes and cringe at all the nonsense that runs rampant in this movie.

I saw this movie when it opened with a theater full of people ready to embrace its ridiculousness. Which made it really fun.

But outside of that environment (and now that I have snakes myself) I don’t think I could bring myself to watch it again. 

It’s definitely painful to watch. Not just because it’s dumb, but also because of how unnecessarily violent they make the snakes. Like I understand it’s a movie but good lord it’s awful. 

I just watched the part where the Burm falls through the glass ceiling and wrecks a good part of the plane. One of the guys then throws some ladies’ dog to the Burm (jesus) to distract the snake but that didn’t work! Nope, it grabs the dog, and then the Burm proceeded to wrap around some guy and hiss in his face while crushing him to death.

ugh.

3PM

Anonymous said: just so you're aware, your url contains the phrase "super predator sex"

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Boy how many more times am I going to get a message like this.

princesspanda1231 said:Scandalous~

shmosie said: Omg “sex” how naughty, hurrdurrr we’re 6 years old apparently. -.-

I love how accurately this describes how I feel about asks and messages like these.

2PM
superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?
Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

ahnin25 said: U can have ur snakes microchipped?

Yes! Only at a certain size though, these microchips are inserted with a 14 gauged needle. We have to microchip any snake that is considered a Conditional Species in Florida.

2PM

Snakes on a Plane

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Oh yeah, time to point out all the non-venomous species/poorly animated snakes and cringe at all the nonsense that runs rampant in this movie.

"I need the best poisonous snake expert!" Well good luck there buddy.

Oh look now they’re sucking out the poison. Yes because draining the wound and then sucking out the contents with a mouthful of olive oil would totally work.

2PM

Snakes on a Plane

superpredatorsexoticreptiles:

Oh yeah, time to point out all the non-venomous species/poorly animated snakes and cringe at all the nonsense that runs rampant in this movie.

"I need the best poisonous snake expert!" Well good luck there buddy.

2PM
1PM

lip-lock:

Birds Of A Feather | by Claire Rosen.

A brilliant live portrait series by Claire Rosen featuring vintage wallpaper backdrops to accentuate and highlight the colors of each bird, which range from the common Parakeet to the exotic Hyacinth Macaw.

As seen on: Honestly WTF.

(Source: clairerosenphoto.com, via assassinhasson)

11AM
Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

Here’s Faith’s butt X-ray from this morning (this is her back). Since she still hasn’t passes anything, we figured to get her checked out to make sure she didn’t have any blockages. Looks like we need to just be patient and keep on waiting. Oh and see that little white dash to the right? That’s her microchip!

7AM
tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

tastefullyoffensive:

There are two kinds of parrots…

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via creatureartmod)

6AM

p0pulationus said: Do you have any experience with rhino iguanas? My uncle owns a bunch of exotic animals (business does educational exotic animal shows) and he had my mom and I buy a rhino iguana at a show as a baby. Well, now it's several years later and the little dude has some major issues with being handled. I hang out there every once in a while and like to handle the animals to help tame them, do you have any tips for getting him used to humans?

I don’t have much experience with Rhino Iguanas, but from what people tell me they don’t really do well with being handled. Not that they’re aggressive or anything, but they prefer not to be picked up. I’m not sure though like I said I don’t have much experience with them.

August292014
wildwesjames:

When your snake gets too big for rats. 

wildwesjames:

When your snake gets too big for rats. 

(via laticauda-colubrina)

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