• ID this snake plz! It snuck in after I came in from outside w my dog. I live in central VA on a horse farm. Hoping it's just a ratsnake!?

    ID this snake plz! It snuck in after I came in from outside w my dog. I live in central VA on a horse farm. Hoping it's just a ratsnake!?

    Killed it bc I was afraid it was a copperhead and was nervous it would bite my dog. :(
    Killed it bc I was afraid it was a copperhead and was nervous it would bite my dog. :(
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • My ball Python?

    Is it sad that my ball python is the only friend that I have??..
    Is it sad that my ball python is the only friend that I have??..
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • I am 11 years old. Am I not supposed to have turtles?

    People tell me that I am too young to care for my turtles.
    People tell me that I am too young to care for my turtles.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is an alligator a vertebrate?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will you sleep peacefully if you know there is a snake outside your housd?

    Best answer: You're waaaay overreacting. Do you even know what kind of snake it is? You're probably loosing sleep over a completely harmless, non-venomous animal. Snakes rarely get inside houses. You're more likely to get the bugs or rodents the snake is hunting in your house than the snake itself. If anything the... show more
    Best answer: You're waaaay overreacting. Do you even know what kind of snake it is? You're probably loosing sleep over a completely harmless, non-venomous animal. Snakes rarely get inside houses. You're more likely to get the bugs or rodents the snake is hunting in your house than the snake itself. If anything the snake will help get rid of things that are more pesky and harmful than itself. Snakes often get a reputation for being pests, but in reality they are very helpful. Some species eat bugs that always manage to get inside houses. Other species eat rodents that also often get inside houses, carry diseases and can cause damage to houses. Snakes very very rarely carry diseases humans can get. They rarely get inside houses. They don't cause damage to houses. They don't bite or attack unless provoked, they'd much rather run away. I would sleep perfectly fine with snakes outside my house. I've found several in my backyard. Not a big deal.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Mu dad is comparing my bearded dragon to Adolf Hitler how to stop him?

    Best answer: Shame him for being an anti-semite.
    Best answer: Shame him for being an anti-semite.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are turtles connected to thereceive shell?

    Best answer: It is connected. They can't leave it.
    Best answer: It is connected. They can't leave it.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will the Frog be ok?

    I stepped on a frog then it hopped really high twice. I had to leave immediately and I did take a second to look but i couldn t find it. I love nature so this sucks!!! I saw would could probably be a little of it s guts before it hopped. It hopped twice and hid. I only stepped on it because it was hiding by my... show more
    I stepped on a frog then it hopped really high twice. I had to leave immediately and I did take a second to look but i couldn t find it. I love nature so this sucks!!! I saw would could probably be a little of it s guts before it hopped. It hopped twice and hid. I only stepped on it because it was hiding by my outside steps! Will he be ok? I really hope so. It was an adult frog. I m not sure what kind but it was big.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • King Cobra snakes?

    Why are King Cobras known as the king of all snakes??..
    Why are King Cobras known as the king of all snakes??..
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Could I get arrested?

    Could I get arrested if I walked into a store and let a King Cobra out it's cage??. How deadly are King Cobras and can they move fast enough to actually strike people??..
    Could I get arrested if I walked into a store and let a King Cobra out it's cage??. How deadly are King Cobras and can they move fast enough to actually strike people??..
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What type of Rattlesnake was this?

    What type of Rattlesnake was this?

    Best answer: Location would most likely be eastern diamondback, one of the really bad boys in the American viper class. Sometimes called timber rattlers, they come into rural areas this time of year looking for food, usually rodents. You spot one just give it a wide berth, bites happen trying to kill or capture them. Yea, 12... show more
    Best answer: Location would most likely be eastern diamondback, one of the really bad boys in the American viper class.
    Sometimes called timber rattlers, they come into rural areas this time of year looking for food, usually rodents.
    You spot one just give it a wide berth, bites happen trying to kill or capture them.
    Yea, 12 rattles and the button, that would have been a good size snake.
    We had a full skin,13 rattles and button over our mantle, 6 foot long. Someone collects such things may give a few bucks for the rattle, not worth too much.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have been horrible to my turtle and he is in bad condition and I don't know what to do. I live in miami?

    My turtle who I've had for 3 years has devoloped shell rot because I haven't been giving it the proper lighting. This is my dad's fault because some point last year he bought a normal light bulb because it was cheaper. Now my turtle has shell rot and I don't know were to take her. I live in miami is... show more
    My turtle who I've had for 3 years has devoloped shell rot because I haven't been giving it the proper lighting. This is my dad's fault because some point last year he bought a normal light bulb because it was cheaper. Now my turtle has shell rot and I don't know were to take her. I live in miami is there a place I can drop her off were she will be taken care of better
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Weirdest reptile?

    Best answer: Hilary?
    Best answer: Hilary?
    4 answers · 1 week ago