Thanks for the specific answer, just learned from it and thanks for sharing.Nope, unfortunately no reptiles show affection towards humans, some accept you, but no affection. Sorry if I sounded stubborn there if you want something to potentially follow you around or cuddle with you, I'd get a bearded dragon, they can be quite fun and playfull at times. Hope this helps!
Here's an example of a crocodile that did make friends with his rescuer. But I doubt you have the room for a 4 meter croc. as a friend.Are there any that love to play, or follow you around or show affection?
that's pretty coolI had a Stimson python that loved me so much, she would chase me around he room with her mouth open. Sweet little thing.
ridge tailed monitors are awesome fun and love playing with you. my pair love to run and jump up the stairs.Here's an example of a crocodile that did make friends with his rescuer. But I doubt you have the room for a 4 meter croc. as a friend.
And I do recall a documentary about reptiles that showed a Komodo Dragon that did relax with visible pleasure when his keeper stroked him.
So I'm sure there are some, my guess is a monitor of some sort. They are very intelligent animals.
That’s an awesome staircase! Did you make it yourself?
That's adorable! But yeah that staircase is wicked!!!!
Turtle tank above staircase - constructed, no; designed, yes.sick staircase