• My chameleon is dying.?

    He hasn't eaten in days and he has been lying in the same spot he won't walk or move
    He hasn't eaten in days and he has been lying in the same spot he won't walk or move
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Poll: Do you know how to get a lizard out of my house? It is fast as lightning. Please help! I hate the looks of it. Nasty thing!?

    Best answer: Got a cat? Problem solved. That's the only thing I know that is fast enough to catch a lizard.
    Best answer: Got a cat? Problem solved. That's the only thing I know that is fast enough to catch a lizard.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does anybody know what type of snake this is?

    Best answer: It's a northern water snake for sure. Very similar in appearance to a copperhead, but nonvenomous. A large difference between a northern water snake and a copperhead is the pattern. A copperhead's pattern is very wide on the sides and gets thinner on the back. A northern water snake's pattern is thin on... show more
    Best answer: It's a northern water snake for sure. Very similar in appearance to a copperhead, but nonvenomous. A large difference between a northern water snake and a copperhead is the pattern. A copperhead's pattern is very wide on the sides and gets thinner on the back. A northern water snake's pattern is thin on the sides and wider on the back. As you can see in the pic you took, the snake's pattern gets wider on the back like a water snake, not wider on the sides like a copperhead. The pattern on its side is far too thin to be a copperhead.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • What reptile should I get?

    Best answer: Bearded dragons and blue tongue skinks would be just about perfect for what you're describing, save for the upkeep, however. Most lizards typically have fairly costly requirements, besides leopard geckos. You need to keep in mind that leopard geckos are much more easier to keep than practically all other... show more
    Best answer: Bearded dragons and blue tongue skinks would be just about perfect for what you're describing, save for the upkeep, however. Most lizards typically have fairly costly requirements, besides leopard geckos. You need to keep in mind that leopard geckos are much more easier to keep than practically all other commonly kept lizards. If by "upkeep" you mean overall cost and care, most lizards are not cheap and are not easy to care for. A medium-sized, docile lizard suitable for handling will always equate to a considerable upkeep. If I were you, I would either get the mindset that these animals require a substantial amount of money and care requirements, or instead purchase a corn snake. Corn snakes are literally the perfect pet reptile. They are medium-sized, extremely docile, and have inexpensive care. Also, as a note, it seems you are new to Yahoo Answers. Remember to award best answer to the response you believe is the best, please do not forget, as many do.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • My corn snake Has stopped eating?

    I tried feeding him 5 days ago and on that day it was a week since his last feed, and today I tried again, with the same mouse. But he is still rattling his tail and hiding in fear, I'm not sure if it's because this one has blood on it's face, or if he's not hungry or what, but it's the perfect... show more
    I tried feeding him 5 days ago and on that day it was a week since his last feed, and today I tried again, with the same mouse. But he is still rattling his tail and hiding in fear, I'm not sure if it's because this one has blood on it's face, or if he's not hungry or what, but it's the perfect size for him, he should be starving by now, and before the other day he has never rattled his tail at me or been fearful of me. I did take him out the other day and he wasn't like that at all, just not when he's about to be fed, in going to try a different mouse in a bit. But I'm just curious what could be happening
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do snakes make good pets?

    Best answer: Depends on the type of snake. They all have very different individual personalities as well. I've personally kept ball pythons, corn snakes, rat snakes, king snakes, milk snakes, Rufous beaked snakes, boa constirctors, and both western and eastern hog noses. Go for something handleable and easy for a beginner... show more
    Best answer: Depends on the type of snake. They all have very different individual personalities as well. I've personally kept ball pythons, corn snakes, rat snakes, king snakes, milk snakes, Rufous beaked snakes, boa constirctors, and both western and eastern hog noses.

    Go for something handleable and easy for a beginner to care for in terms of needs (something forgiving with temperature and humidity mistakes). Ball pythons are my #1 recommendation for beginners. Because they're easy and they're very friendly and the only time they'd ever bit (at least from what I've seen) is when they mistake you hand for food during feeding time.

    They do have personallity. "Feelings" all depends on how you define it. They aren't like humans or mammals so their brains do not have many of the emotional functions found in the frontal lobe, such as bonding to an individual like a bird can or feeling guilt like dogs do.

    However they can be scared, content, or aggrivated and aggressive.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Leopard Gecko name suggestions?

    I need suggestions for what to name a leopard gecko!
    I need suggestions for what to name a leopard gecko!
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • How much do I feed a leopard gecko?

    I am getting a leopard gecko in a few days from my local petco. I have noticed that the ones they have are almost big enough to be considered juvenile rather than babies. I already know that their diet should consist of crickets and/or meal worms plus occasional waxworms as a treat. I also already know about gut... show more
    I am getting a leopard gecko in a few days from my local petco. I have noticed that the ones they have are almost big enough to be considered juvenile rather than babies. I already know that their diet should consist of crickets and/or meal worms plus occasional waxworms as a treat. I also already know about gut loading as well as dusting the food, and I know how often to feed them. The one thing I don't know is how much to feed a leopard gecko. How many mealworms do you give a leopard gecko in a single feeding? Also, how many crickets do you give a leopard gecko in one feeding? I know this varies gecko to gecko, but I need a general idea.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is Thorne a good name for a snake?

    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Poll Is it ok to look up a skirt?

    Best answer: No, that's not a good thing to do.
    Best answer: No, that's not a good thing to do.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My snake is missing?

    So I've had him for almost a month and his cage is very secure it's an eco terra locking cage. But I've noticed that whenever I come from work now I don't see him. And usually feeedong days he stays out till he's fed. The only option I really see is someone opening the cage and getting spooked... show more
    So I've had him for almost a month and his cage is very secure it's an eco terra locking cage. But I've noticed that whenever I come from work now I don't see him. And usually feeedong days he stays out till he's fed. The only option I really see is someone opening the cage and getting spooked by him so they let him out otherwise I must be crazy. How do I locate him in my house?
    4 answers · 1 week ago