Welcome to my blog!
My name is Sarah and I am a reptile fanatic. Here you will find more pictures than you ever needed to see of my reptiles and other pets. I am happy to answer any questions, you just have to ask. If you have a picture of your scaly pet you would like to share with me, please feel free to submit it!
Xox Sarah.
I didn’t secretly buy a stripe male from the biggest Jungle breeder around… That doesn’t sound like me at all.

 But what to name this snake (that I didn’t buy because my partner will kill me).

I didn’t secretly buy a stripe male from the biggest Jungle breeder around… That doesn’t sound like me at all.

But what to name this snake (that I didn’t buy because my partner will kill me).

I remember when I first signed up to Tumblr, one of my first asks was “What is your favourite ship?”.

I hadn’t really thought about it so I went and read up on a few ships, vessels, a few wrecks etc and found it very interesting! Finally after much deliberation, my reply was “Tugboat Rozi” because of how cute the name was and how it housed so many sea creatures!

The anon response came “No need to be sarcastic, Bitch”. I was so confused that I deleted the ask and it took about 3 months for me to realise that ‘ships’ wasn’t referring to boats…

And that was my first experience with shippers.

My little slice of heaven…

My little slice of heaven…

chelscribbles: Hello tis ChelsCreatures. I've been musing the idea of getting a legless lizard like Hank and was wondering if you have any advice on setup, temperament and just general care? Do they differ much to the requirements of a BTS in terms of housing?

They are incredibly easy to care for! In truth, Hank is the easiest of all of my animals! Aspen, a heat pad, some water, a few crickets here and there! That’s all there is to him. He doesn’t ask for much. As for personality, they are very reclusive and don’t enjoy handling, they do make interesting little burrows in the apsen which is why I prefer it over sand (even though sand is an appropriate substrate). I love watching him hunt because that is the only time I see him!

yesssssnakes: I've been looking for a breeder for awhile do you know of any still breeding in the states?

Not in the US I’m sorry, they’re tricky little buggars to come by at the best of times.

yesssssnakes: You may have answered this at one time or another but where on earth were you able to get your hands on shinglebacks?!

I purchased one from a friend/breeder and the other was a gift :)

Anonymous: Are you a veterinarian?

No I’m not, so when I offer advice I cannot be more clear that I only speak from my own experience. I will be going into vet science in 2016, very exciting!

I would just like to thank the people in my life who raised me not to judge people on their gender, the colour of their skin, the way they look and dress or their sexual orientation! But rather to judge people on the way they treat their pets and animals around them…

My reptile room at present!

I’m so happy with it. Everyone is comfortable, happy and on display! Moving into this house was the best thing we’ve done.

"Hehe… All that pesky evolution finally paid off! Best practical joke ever!"

I have space for my dream Albino Darwin and one more jungle! That is it… (GTP’s don’t count, I am not limited there). When the time comes and something stunning turns up, I will be ready.