D’awww thank you! It’s hard to say when my families reptile keeping ended and mine began, I’ve just always had them around! Frogs were my own personal gateway reptile, they were what I owned with my own money first, then Bruce and then my own snakes. What really got me passionate is when I did my work experience in highschool at the zoo and got to work with all the various species and then I started rehabilitating snakes through a native animal rescue society. That’s when I started collecting animals of my own :)
prehensileslinkies: Hi hi! No the scrubby isn’t mine and whilst I appreciate their appeal, since working with them I wouldn’t personally ever own a scrubby even if it was given too me on a silver platter. They are way too smart, cunning and generally food orientated for me. Not to mention I only really have the resources to care for one giant snake (Tiny). That particular lovely specimen is from Canberra Reptile Sanctuary.
Hahaha I’m not usually scared of spiders and I respect their space. However that hairy friend was a little outside if my comfort zone being bigger than my hand… Thankfully my staff member was braver than me and relocated him/her so I still own my own car.