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Young (~2 years old) Healthy Fire Salamander Looking For A Good Home

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Young (~2 years old) Healthy Fire Salamander Looking For A Good Home

It breaks my heart to write this advertisement, although I believe this is the right place to ensure Boba (my fire salamander) gets a good home. I have recently been offered a job in the USA, which will necessitate a considerable amount of travel between states. I believe it is incredibly unfair on Boba to continually drag him from state to state, nor do I know anyone that I could trust to look after him while I would be away. Consequently, I am looking to Caudata.org and it's wonderful knowledgeable members to help me find Boba a good home.

Boba is a young (~2 years old) healthy fire salamander that will come with a large exoterra vivarium (606040) equipped with a Pollywog misting system, two coconut hides, a komodo water bowl, and a large exoterra gecko cave. I will also include whatever amount of substrate (coco husk and plantation soil) is left at the time of exchange.

I am currently working in Paris, but will be moving my belongings back to the UK in September.

Pictures on request...they'really too large to upload.

Anyone who is interested in giving Boba a new home can contact through Caudata.org or via the following:
Email: Gregory. P.Horne@gmail. com.
Tel: +44 7807493857



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