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Ten gallon pacman tank got it set up last night. Camo love it . he's the new background cling on it,goes wrong 3 sides also has a digital therm/hydrom.
 

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36x18x24 inch Fire Salamander Tank, newly set up so fern is still small
 

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where do you keep all of these animals?? all in various places or in one room?
 

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Most of these tanks are ones from the past. This new one I did in the downstairs kitchen though. The rest are in one room.
 

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Although I no longer have any newts or salamanders, I am spending my time designing a 40 gallon breeder leopard gecko terrarium. It will include custom foam backgrounds for climbing and hiding as well as a built in lay box for the females. This will be a female tank, and I guess i'm going to try my hand in leopard gecko breeding! Anyone else here breed leopard geckos?

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Yes I was forced to by both college and the ban on transport. But I'll focus on the one species and try to remain active!


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are they alive?
The OP got out of the hobby several years ago, however he took good care of his animals.
He ended up selling me the Tylototriton in 2015, and I bred them 3 times before selling them myself last year (I regret that). I’m sure they’re still alive and thriving with their new owner
 

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OP는 몇 년 전에 취미 생활에서 벗어 났지만 그는 동물을 잘 돌 보았습니다.
그는 2015 년에 나에게 Tylototriton을 팔게되었고, 작년에 직접 팔기 전에 3 번 키 웠습니다. 나는 그들이 여전히 살아 있고 새로운 주인과 함께 번성하고 있다고 확신합니다.
i want to know how to breed tips..
 
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    you are going to have to get a bucket and put the eggs in that. they can hatch anytime between 11 and 20 days. order in brine shrimp eggs and get your friend to watch a video on hatching them. make sure your friend does 100% water changes every day. keep the water around 64digres and make sure your friend sends daily updates on them. i found kitchen salt works for the brine shrimp eggs. hope this helps.
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    I am a new owner of two juvenile axolotls that are Lucie's. One has black eyes and one has silver eyes. Is that common or rare?
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    A few days ago, my Axolotl was about to die, there was something wrong with the water but he’s doing fine now. His skin is still cracked and his red things are still white
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    Hi guys.. I might of made an error and need some advice. One of the hides in my tank is too small for my axie now, but I did not want to buy another hide because they are expensive, so I decided to DIY one. I used a Tupperware (cut into a little home) and glued rocks from outside and plants on it. The problem is, I washed the rocks with soap and hot water. I completely wasn’t thinking. When I washed them there was no soap residue that was visible on the rocks, and the rocks have been drying for 3 days on the container. So it has been 3 days since I washed them. I used aquarium safe silicone to glue them on. It was fully dry tonight so I decided to put it in my tank. I had it in for about 3 mins until I realized j had washed the rocks in soap, and I took it out immediately. Should I be worried??? I’m really freaking out, I don’t want anything to happen to my baby! I was truly not thinking. I also read that it was safe to use rocks from outside, but now I’m not sure? Can anyone help
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    @Paige1warren, Since you took it out straight away it should be ok but I'd still be doing a big water change. When I was a teen, I took some rocks from outside, washed them (probably in soap) and put them in my turtle tank. He died a week or so later and I've never used any rocks from the garden since because you just don't know what's been on them, such as pesticide and I suppose the mineral composition of the rock comes in to play too. Letting them dry for a few days before adding them also would have helped so you should be fine
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    @Saturn, okay, thank you so much! Firstly, I’m so sorry about your turtle :(. My lotl seems to be fine, I haven’t noticed any changes or signs of destress. I do 25% weekly water changes (I have a fully cycled tank), but I will do a 50% change today. I hope that everything turns out fine. Axies are pretty good at showing they are not well or stressed so I’m hoping that I got the rocks out fast enough. Thank you again!
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    @Paige1warren, Thanks hun and you're absolutely right, axolotls are so sensitive it would've showed signs. Glad your lotl is ok :)
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    Hii my tiger salamander has a black bump on his head, its looks like a little spot but its forming into a bump and its like making a hole..? You can tell i need help , please help😁
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    Do i just give him a salt bath?
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    Tank size 40 gal. 2 filter pumps /substrate roughed ceramic easy to clean / feed each one night crawler every 3 rd day
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    Can't say if this is what's being referred to, but I had some ceramic tiles in an aquarium for a while. I used a silicone sealant to secure them to the bottom and to each other. It worked well for about 6 months, but eventually a little water got through my imperfect seal and started creating mold problems
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    Ooh, tiles of course. I was thinking of those ceramic rings/balls you can buy as filter medium, but tiles make more sense. Thanks
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