Thought I would jump in here to comment on your cactus which is beautiful and not the average spineless prickly pear.
Opuntia cochenillifera variegata | Variegated Prickly Pear https://garden.org/plants/view/770310/Variegated-Prickly-Pear-Nopalea-cochenillifera-Variegata/
I’ve been getting a...
I was browsing from my TortoiseForum email suggestions of subjects on here..
my first thought was the Greek has a hinge where that part of the shell does move.
here is a link to a similar discussion on here.
Its a great read...
I found a great picture of a leopard female tail. Douglas is stunted from 2 years of not getting what he needed. I got him October 9 at 447.92 grams and 5” long
1/31/21 he weighed 729 grams and 6” long.
But I really wanted to know if he was a real boy. He is because he’s showed me quite often...
OMG I had to share your reply to my best friend!
If I’d done the things you’ve done for all those years, it’s exactly what I’d have wrote. Thank You for such a great easy to understand with no doubts reply🤣
I totally agree 1000%
Im using mine for a red foot I bought at a pet store. This tree tote is 52” long but 16” at the bottom which is not enough, I hate the width. I soak in a groomers bathtub or would buy one of those big mixing pans at Home Depot or Lowe’s. They are easy to deal with and plenty big enough for...
They are like tiles for your house. But are 12x12” and have a slight abrasive surface. Not much. I think the pot bottom has done a little to his front nails already. One looks like brick and I chose the gray.
Thanks so much. It isn’t very abrasive and with his terra cotta plate there’s really no room for his plastron. Mostly just his front feet getting into his food and just saw him standing high on his tip toes eating. Don’t think with him standing like that on this tile it will take long to trim...