• Does insect spray kill geckos?

    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is a perfect name for an Iguana?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does a tortoise make a good pet?

    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do I do to help my parents to allow me have an iguana?

    Best answer: I'm actually pretty appalled at all the negative responses to this question. I don't know anything about you so I don't believe you are ungrateful, here is what I have to say though. Ultimately your parents DO have the final say in this situation because you are living in their house so if they really... show more
    Best answer: I'm actually pretty appalled at all the negative responses to this question. I don't know anything about you so I don't believe you are ungrateful, here is what I have to say though.

    Ultimately your parents DO have the final say in this situation because you are living in their house so if they really don't want an iguana, unfortunately there is not much you can do.
    If you are extremely committed to this and are positive that you will be able to provide for all of an iguana's necessities now and up to 20 years in the future, then continue to show to your parents how responsible you can be without getting frustrated with them and they may see that and change their mind. Otherwise you may just have to wait until you live on your own.

    Regardless, your leopard gecko and tortoise are both very unique critters which require their own level of commitment, the tortoise itself living for more than 50 years. Please continue to take care of them as they depend on you!

    Good luck!
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • OK so i was feeding my geese and i looked over and i saw a big snake, it has a tan body and a brown head,?

    when it goes into the water it completely vanishes and i have to wait a while to find it again, can you please help me ID it, i dont have a picture but its body was about as big around as a snuff can and was more than 4 ft long
    when it goes into the water it completely vanishes and i have to wait a while to find it again, can you please help me ID it, i dont have a picture but its body was about as big around as a snuff can and was more than 4 ft long
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I Just Saved a Frog?

    I just saved a baby frog from inside my window... he’s about the size of a penny and my mom is out buying food for it. How long do you think it will live if I supply it with frog food/crickets and keep it as a pet?
    I just saved a baby frog from inside my window... he’s about the size of a penny and my mom is out buying food for it. How long do you think it will live if I supply it with frog food/crickets and keep it as a pet?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I let my dog meet my cousin's python?

    She's a 2 year old black labrador. My cousin got a new python last week, and we're going round to see them on Saturday. Should I bring the dog with me? Will she and the python get on?
    She's a 2 year old black labrador. My cousin got a new python last week, and we're going round to see them on Saturday. Should I bring the dog with me? Will she and the python get on?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How are dragons able to breathe fire?

    Best answer: They ingest a phosphine-bearing rock called "firestone" into a special stomach (not the digestive tract) where it is mixed with natural acids produced by the dragon. The acid mixed with the crushed stone produces a gas that is flammable upon contact with atmosphere, so when the dragon belches, the gas... show more
    Best answer: They ingest a phosphine-bearing rock called "firestone" into a special stomach (not the digestive tract) where it is mixed with natural acids produced by the dragon. The acid mixed with the crushed stone produces a gas that is flammable upon contact with atmosphere, so when the dragon belches, the gas erupts from their muzzle in the form of flames.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do garter snakes have teeth?

    There are tons of garter snakes that come in my backyard and on occasion they will get into my garage in which I pick them up and move them back to my yard. A couple of times I've gotten bit by them but it's never drawn blood or even left puncture marks. Do they have any teeth at all?
    There are tons of garter snakes that come in my backyard and on occasion they will get into my garage in which I pick them up and move them back to my yard. A couple of times I've gotten bit by them but it's never drawn blood or even left puncture marks. Do they have any teeth at all?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Will a snake crawl inside a water hose?

    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is this animal? Is it a big iguana?

    What is this animal? Is it a big iguana?

    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is this normal for a snake to do?

    My pet ball python, Miles, absolutely refuses to eat this one mouse we got for him. He s never done this before and doesn t do it to any other mouse we ve tried to feed him since. It s just this one particular mouse that he just keeps sparing. We pretty much just leave the mouse in the aquarium now. And yes,... show more
    My pet ball python, Miles, absolutely refuses to eat this one mouse we got for him. He s never done this before and doesn t do it to any other mouse we ve tried to feed him since. It s just this one particular mouse that he just keeps sparing. We pretty much just leave the mouse in the aquarium now. And yes, that mouse will be in the aquarium when we throw another mouse in that Miles has no problem devouring. I ve even seen it sleeping in this little hut in the aquarium... when Miles is also in the hut. We ve since adopted the mouse, obviously (His name is Mr. Jingles). We keep it fed and just let it hang out with the snake. We aren t attached to it, and even if we were, Miles seems to pose absolutely no threat to it. Do snakes do this often? Is it a sign that the mouse is sick or something? Does Miles just simply like Mr. Jingles? How can something like that happen?
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is Penn Station handicap accessible?

    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • What kind of snake is this, and is it venomous?

    Best answer: It was a Copperhead which is a venomous species native to your state. I know you killed this one accidently but if you ever encounter a live one it is best to just leave it alone. Most bites in the U.S occur when people try to interfere with or kill the snake. Even the recently severed heads of venomous snakes can... show more
    Best answer: It was a Copperhead which is a venomous species native to your state.

    I know you killed this one accidently but if you ever encounter a live one it is best to just leave it alone. Most bites in the U.S occur when people try to interfere with or kill the snake. Even the recently severed heads of venomous snakes can still bite.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/08/health/te...
    6 answers · 1 month ago