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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 2:36 pm 
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very nice:D


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I also keep these, they are great to keep, very interesting.


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They are incredibly strange - they move like leeches rather than any other vertebrate..


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Has anyone kept any of the other species? We had a west African terrestrial one for a short time, but there are some really weird aquatic ones from Central America that I would dearly love


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I would like to keep a terrestrial species, im waiting till pollywog next has them available, Ive been offered Potomotyphlus kaupii before, and Ichthyophis species, but werent too confident of the sellers so decided against it, Im also hoping to get Chthonerpeton eventually, though it may be sometime next year.


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Where were the Ichthyophis on sale? Let me know if they turn up again..


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Where were the Ichthyophis on sale? Let me know if they turn up again..


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theres some amaing looking brght orange ones in a book I have whihc are terrestrial... but I hear most tend to just burrow and hide and are not overly active nor showy, so few people like them...

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Yes, but they are still monumentally cool. To be quite honest I would have any species of them in our collection.

Luckily, having shares in a zoo, I have slightly more respurces for keeping stuff than I once did. I am trying to persuade them to get goliath frogs..


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Andrew from Pollywog.co.uk had Goliath Frogs available last year I think, or the year before? I asked about them earlier this year, and was told they may be able to get them later this year as well, so it may be worth contacting him.


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The problem will be sorting out their accomodation. There is a large turtle pool that we are looking to adapt..


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brght orange ones in a book I have whihc are terrestrial...
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