how many herps do you own

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  1. Vengeance

    Vengeance Not so new Member

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    Snakes: A) Only one ~ Jungle Python

    I'm hoping to raise this number by one for Christmas. I've got my eyes set on a female het for albino Darwin. Have to convince my mother. She's not against them, just gives me a dubious look whenever I bring up the topic.

    Lizards: A) Only one ~ Blue Tongued Skink

    I certainly want more of these guys, and perhaps some smaller skink species or a Gecko. No convincing needed for another Bluey, my mother's in love with them, I just have to finish the second (and third, and fourth and fifth, etcetera) enclosure. :)
     
  2. marcus0002

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    2 Atherton jungles, 2 bredli's and 1 maccie
     
  3. Lawra

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    B) one woma and one jungle :)
     
  4. slide

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    Depends who you ask. My wife recons too many, I say not enough.
     
  5. SpilotaFreak78

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    snakes, about 40 or so , lizards, 3.
     
  6. borntobnude

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    9 stimsons , 1 BHP ,1 Jungle , 1 Coastal, 4 Central Bearded Dragons :D
     
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    none :(
    lizards C
     
  8. Snowman

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    It would be impossible for me to count them all. I keep them spread out all over the national parks and state forests within Australia. Many of you have probably seen specimens from my collection.
     
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