sarah-scales:

He’s such a wee shy baby!


reptiglo:

So, I never buy superworms because I have nothing that will eat them however, I’m currently taking care of my best friend’s ( fleshskeleton ) bearded dragon so I bought him some new feeders!

First of all, take a look at this completely white superworm! I believe this is what they look like after they’ve molted (shed their outer shell) and I’ve never seen one so that’s pretty cool. 

Then, I found two beetles in the lot, also pretty awesome. If you didn’t know, this is the fourth and last stage of a superworms’s life. So, if you do keep superworms as feeders and you suddenly see these random beetles that’s okay! It’s just the next stage of their lives and if you’re lucky, they may just breed and you’ll have a colony! 

http://www.sugarglider.com/gliderpedia/index.asp?MealWorm

If you would like to learn more about superworms and their life cycles, click here!


alltailnolegs:

Dumat and Lancelot tied, so I did both! Complete with a hand and a selfie for some size reference on these two.

I now have a backyard for backyard photos oh my god life is beautiful


risque-de-chute:

aquasplendens:

Drew a couple more geks yesterday and lined them today
First one is referenced from another one of drawing-to-run's geckos
Second is referenced from one of risque-de-chute's babies!

Look how awesome this is! :DD


superpringle:

When Pringle was younger he always used to attack this one blanket of mine. It had leaves stitched onto it and sometimes he would try and eat them off. 


happygeckostickysituation:

Public Service Announcement FOR THE TURTLES

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie is coming out today.

Get toys for your child instead of a living creature. Please don’t buy a turtle for your child on a whim. Prevent the loss of native species, be responsible. Do a lot of research before you bring a baby turtle home.

The tank you see below is the MINIMUM for a red eared slider. Do you have room for this big of a tank in two years when your new baby turtle gets big?

Baby turtles are just that—babies. They get BIG. They can live for up to 30 years. They also require some of the most needy care if you wish to care for it correctly. They don’t just require water and land and food. There’s a lot more that goes into it. And if you let it go or flush it down the toilet (like so many people do, sadly) when your child gets bored they are *worse* for the ecosystems than those burmese pythons everyone is so worried about.

If you are in Oregon, and you need more information on turtles, look here:
http://www.willametteturtles.com/index.html

Anonymous asked:
Can I ask about handling my bearded dragon? I've never had a reptile and there's a lot of info and opinions and whatever out there and I'm lost. The stuff I try isn't working and my own lack of patience probably has a lot to do with it, but my little guy does not like being held. I think it might be the last person that had him too, he was sort of neglected. Help please :)

How exactly does he show his disinterest in being held? Also, how do you try to pick him up and hold him? Knowing this will help us isolate the problem! Also, that’s unfortunate to hear, I’m happy he’s now with you; clearly someone who cares very much :)

You can also come off anon and I will respond privately if that’s what you wish :)