'14 Pure Jungle Carpet Pythons! These stunners are growing quickly and getting even more vibrant with each shed (and will continue to look better and better as they age). They are a very rewarding and beautiful snake to have in your collection!
Descriptions and prices (INCLUDING SHIPPING!) are in the captions for each photo. I can ship anywhere in the US, use FedEx Priority Overnight, and guarantee the health of my animals. You can message me here, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me on Facebook at “Darwin’s Exception Reptile”.
Please let me know if you have any questions,
The search for hellbenders was a success! We found three juvenile hellbenders and caught this one (roughly 10 inches long). My face says it all.
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I posted her old naughty bits but not the rest of her, so here she is. Now she just needs to fatten up and get in a good pose for photo-taking. The first pic I posted of her was actually magnificent. I actually might even move her into into a new enclosure. I plan on going out to the Westbury Michael’s tomorrow because they get in useful acrylic cubes sometimes. It would be great if I could find some more like what I have my G. pulchra, A. moderatum, B. smithi and A. chalcodes in. Anywhere.
I’m actually really excited because “2 inch unsexed” usually means “male but ambiguous enough to lie by omission”.
#animal death #animal abuse
DO NOT SUPPORT EXOTIC ARC
The pictures above were taken on August 29th, 2014 by a member of a bearded dragon community. These bearded dragons are being kept at Exotic ARC located in St. Louis, MO. The conditions the bearded dragons are kept in are clearly deplorable. There are way too many housed altogether, their tank is obviously hardly cleaned, many of the dragons are lethargic and some are even possibly dead.
These guys pride themselves in being reptile experts. If they cannot even take care of bearded dragons, how are they caring for the more ‘intermediate’ reptiles in the store? Many people have witnessed the other reptiles in the store being neglected just as bad, with one person saying the following:
“The animals had no water. The baby leopard geckos were eating each other. Dead animals everywhere in the cages. They also way too many baby chameleons in one cage and at least 10 dead ones at the bottom. The smell in there is horrific.”
They also have been seen to give incorrect advice on how to care for reptiles. Someone who posted looking for advice on how to take care of a turtle they found was told that all they needed was a ‘full spectrum light’ to take care of the turtle, while in reality they need an actual UVB light as well as a heat lamp. See the following:
A group of us have been trying to go on their facebook to bring attention to these issues to not only the owner but also the customers. They simply delete the posts once they get online.
What we can do:
Leave a review on their Facebook page (they can’t delete reviews, they can only hide the review page itself if they choose to)
Contact FOX 2 news in St. Louis to cover the deplorable conditions these animals are being kept in
It is amazing and horrible that this store has remained operating for as long as it has if it subjects its reptiles to these conditions. Stores like these give a bad name to other small businesses that go out of their way to properly care for their reptiles.
If anybody who lives around the area could travel to the store to gather more proof of the blatant neglect taking place, that would be much appreciated.
Every level of crank!
When your snake gets too big for rats.