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Let´s see those faces people.

Azhael

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So, to revive the spirit of an old post, i ´m starting this new one.
Basically i´m a curious b***ard and i want to put a face to all of you xD I know some of you of course, but there´s still lots of new people(and old ones) that i cannot put a face to, and that´s killing meeee!!!!

So, without further ado, i give you....myself!(if i don´t start, nobody is....)
 

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I'm the one with ginger hair.
 

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I'm not short on talent. I'm just short.
 

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Azhael

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Why is everybody either ginger or blonde(or Morg hehe)? Not fair....not fair at all....
Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬
 

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Hey,

well I'm new but I really enjoy this kind of topics especially on international pages.
So here I am:
 

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My wife Nancy and Me.
 

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Why is everybody either ginger or blonde(or Morg hehe)? Not fair....not fair at all....
Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬


We Gingers have no souls....our presence here is part of the worldwide domination plot...that I am not supposed to discuss and will probably get demoted to the dreaded "Strawberry Blonde" rank for even mentioning...:D
 

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You look better in a wig. ;)

Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬

Nothing wrong with those swarthy good looks! There's a reason the phrase is "tall, DARK, and handsome..."
There are some women who won't even look twice at a man if he has blond or red hair.

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Here I am at the MI Renaissance Faire last year, shortly before a tornado forced me into a bad motel.
 

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Azhael

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I really like ginger/blonde, me. Mind you, i guess it´s normal to look for the less common traits hehe. Here everyone is dark haired and brown eyed...it´s just boring. We need more red heads and green eyes around this lands...

PS: keep those pictures coming people, the more the better.

Nothing wrong with those swarthy good looks! There's a reason the phrase is "tall, DARK, and handsome..."
There are some women who won't even look twice at a man if he has blond or red hair.
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Her is a pic of me from my wedding...9-20-03. A little out of date admittedly, but I have limited pics on my computer.

See photo below...

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-jbherpin-
 

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Here's the infamous Nathan-

It's cool to see what some of you look like. I'd been wondering....
 

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Azhael

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Steven, you are not related to Peter Heppner(member of Wolfsheim) are you? xDD
And Nathan...you can´t possibly be 15 Ô_o what do they feed you, fertilizer?
 
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Alright I guess I'll add my lovely face up on here ... lol
By the way that is not my natural hair color ... I have really dark brown hair.
 

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    Hey, my yellow spotted salamander has gotten a bit fat, he doesnt wanna move too much, and I notice he lays with his back legs flat out in front of him, but keeps his chest off the ground with his front legs. He CAN use his back legs to move around, but Im a little concerned about his back legs being flat out like that, and Im wondering snce he doesnt do a whole lot, will he lose function of his back legs? Kinda like a human would if they never used them? Also what is a slamander poop suppsoed to look like? I was told to spot clean poops and pees but after 4 months of feeding him and having him I havent ever seen a single thing I can identify s a poop...
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    ...other than these little oblong shaped bits of dirt thats compacted together, I figure those must be poops because how else is the dirt getting compacted into an oblong shape like that? And he tends to roll those to his front entryway of his rock cave for me to move them away from the entrance. Are those poops? Mine will ONLY eat sal bugs. otherwise known as potato bugs, roly polys, etc. Hes never struck at anything else ive given him. Are the roly polys even enough nutrients for him? Ive captured like 400 of them for the winter months.
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    When i lay a roly poly a bit far away from him, he WILLuse his back legs to come out, so he IS using them sometimes, its just concerning to see him with his legs flat out like that. Is that just normal for them?
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  • FragileCorpse:
    *also actually unsure of his sex, if the sex of the salamander means anything in this instance, I as told females are bigger and fatter, so I assume it might be a female tbh.
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    Please let me know if amyone knows amything, as I can not get adequate info anywhere else.
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    @FragileCorpse, the chat room is a good way to get some basic answers. if you're looking for more detailed answers, go to caudata.org home page and then scroll down to newt and salamander help. I think you might be able to get some more answers from there from people with experience with newts/ salamanders specifically. you could probably also contact a breeder and see if they have advice for you. Some vets also have info on exotic animals as well. local wildlife centers/ rehab facilities/ rescues may also be a good resource to look into. hope your little guy feels better soon!
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    I cant contact the vet or facilities because they keep trying to take my salamander and fine me cuz i dont have a permit. however i foudn him outside dying and nursed him back to health. So I need to be discreet about getting info. However, if anything actually becomes wrong with him, in order to save him I will have to surrender him to a vet. But thanks for the info I appreciate that
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    We are about to be slammed by a category 4 hurricane. I need you guys to tell me how to saf ely transport my salamander. What kind of mobile go-terrarium can I make for him??? Can it be a plastic tote full of eco earth (cocount husk) and maybe his hidey rock and I can keep a spray bottle to keep him moist??? wtf do I do???? I have a bunch of his bugs in plastic containers thankfully so I can bring them with us. But he hates vibrations, trying to bring him out in a car or something is gonna be scary. Can these guys die of fright like a guinea pig can kind of deal???
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    Maybe I should just go literally buy a smaller more mobile terrarium? Hes in a giant glass beast right now.
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    Man I wish I had more than one day to plan!!! My house wont even survive this!
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    @FragileCorpse, I think a plastic tub would be fine along with a spray bottle to keep it humid (I've seen a lot of people keep reptiles etc in plastic tubs their whole lives happily) Not sure about the fear/ shock aspect, but maybe bring a towel or blanket to put over the tote (if it's a clear tote, that is) as well to keep it dark for him so he doesn't get spooked by so much movement that will be going on. I've used that for other animals and it seems to be effective for keeping them calm. See if you can get your hands on some earthworms for food. they're nutritionally dense and it looks like that's one of the main things your salamander would be fed in captivity. Crickets were another suggestion for food as well. praying you all stay safe!
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