Beijing zoo pics

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  1. giglamesh

    giglamesh Suspended Banned

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    just some pics of some of the reptiles they have at Beijing zoo that i took last year. sorry im not sure what most of them are.
     

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    nice pictures would love to go to beijing :)
     
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    heres some more. China was good but Beijing was just way to busy for my liking
     

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    last ones
     

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    i love the star tortoise- is my Num1 FAV. exotic reptiles
     
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    does anyone know what the red monitor is?
     
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    mangrove monitor maybe im not a expert at monitors
    please correct me if im wrong
     
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    Wrong buddy, red tegu from South America
     
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    the reptiles in the zoo of beijing is poor, the most awsome reptiles in China are keeped by the heapers, althought it's also illegal in China. By the way, the only tortoise in the pic is a radiated tortoise not an Indian star tortoise, they live in the different places.
     
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    the Chinese heaper actually could give the reptile better living environment than the zoo, what a pitty!
     
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    Whats a Chinese heaper?
     
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    too bad the people selling the reptiles keep them in terrible ways they had starmaid tubs with hundreds upon hundreds of turtles, tortoises, lizards and other reptiles. they were insanely cheap as well. turtles for 20c Australian. 1 bloke had a iguana for 100 yuan which when i was there was about 25 dollars.
     
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    sry lol, it's herper.
     
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    it is real. Some of sellers there is only money in their eyes, but most of Chinese herpers never want it happens. we hope there will be a kind of laws to control the reptile market.
     
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    in China, most of reptile u've buy is dying, you have to take very good care about them, it's very hard if there is no hospital for animals.........
     
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