Miscellaneous

Facebook
Jan 25, 2015

Scrappy Snake

Facebook - Check out this awesome statue of a cobra in threat pose position, made entirely from metal scraps!

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Jan 24, 2015

A Laugh for the Day

YouTube - A dose of humor is good for the soul.  Enjoy this great video that parodies an actual news story about a snake being tossed behind the counter of...

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On the Web
Jan 24, 2015

Reese’s Piece-hiss

On the Web - This adorable snake cake, although modeled after a coral snake, is completely delicious and absolutely non-venomous.

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The Reptile Report
Jan 22, 2015

Bangladesh Python Project Workshop 2015

The Reptile Report - This is an amazing opportunity for the adventure of a lifetime! Now accepting applications for June 15-June 30, 2015 and July 3-July 18, 2015. Gain valuable field research...

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On the Web
Jan 22, 2015

Oldest Example of Reptilian Parental Care

On the Web - A fossil specimen found in China seems to represent a family group of 1 adult and 6 juveniles and may be the oldest documentable case of post-natal parental...

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Facebook
Jan 21, 2015

Viper Art

Facebook - Take a look at this stunning work-in-progress by Laura Airey.  Although still unfinished, this Bush Viper drawing is amazing.

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Reptile Forums UK
Jan 19, 2015

Stunning Herp Art

Reptile Forums UK - HerpARTology shares a breathtaking selection of artwork featuring geckos, frogs, chameleons, and more.

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On the Web
Jan 15, 2015

Swimming in Sand

On the Web - Researchers at Georgia Tech take some awesome video of a shovel-nosed snake moving through sand to find out exactly how they travel underground.

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TortoiseForum.org
Jan 15, 2015

Herpetology Research Opportunity

TortoiseForum.org - The U.S. Geological Survey, National Wetlands Research Center is considering hiring undergraduate students to work on various projects investigating reptile and amphibian ecology and biology in East Texas...

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The Reptile Report
Jan 10, 2015

When You Realize…

The Reptile Report - From David Deem at Ever Evolving Exotics: “I made this meme today, after a customer asked me how many species of snakes there were in the world. The...

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On the Web
Jan 10, 2015

Josh’s Frogs: Wild Caught Animals—Our Stance

On the Web - Josh’s Frogs brings us this thoughtful piece on the ethics of wild caught imports in the hobby, and addresses both the importance of limited importation for captive propagation,...

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On the Web
Jan 10, 2015

News from Discovery Channel

On the Web - The new CEO of Discovery Channel, Rich Ross, has made an announcement that the network will be moving away from the fake “documentaries” and needlessly sensational programming.  Hopefully...

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The Reptile Report
Jan 8, 2015

Jen’s Tar Pit: The Reptile Super Show — Pomona

The Reptile Report - Ah, the Reptile Super Show.  Nothing makes me feel quite as old or crotchety as thinking about this explosively growing expo that takes place every year in Pomona. ...

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Ball-Pythons.net
Jan 8, 2015

DIY Dual Thermostat

Ball-Pythons.net - For the handy sort of person, this looks like an excellent and very inexpensive way to build a single thermostat unit that will control two different heat sources...

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Facebook
Jan 7, 2015

Boney Perch

Facebook - Check out this awesome skeletal display of an emerald tree boa.  Just look at those teeth!

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On the Web
Jan 7, 2015

Tarantula Taxonomy

On the Web - This fantastic flowchart shows the taxonomic breakdown, by origin and habitat, of the entire therposidae (tarantula) family, excluding Australian species.

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Geckos Unlimited
Jan 6, 2015

Perfect Posters

Geckos Unlimited - A very talented scientific illustrator shares three genus-specific posters full of beautifully drawn geckos.

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Urban Jungles Radio
Jan 3, 2015

UJR Presents: Jungle Bells 2014

Urban Jungles Radio - Join Danny and Andy as they celebrate the 5th annual Jungle Bells episode of Urban Jungles Radio. They will reminisce on the best moments of 2014 with some...

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