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Posted by Matt_015 on August 31, 2002 at 23:06:05:
In Reply to: Re: reptile expo posted by carlfranklin on August 31, 2002 at 21:57:19:
:Matt_15, if you feel slighted by your visit then feel free to come by and check it out on Sunday for free. You may have simply overlooked or somehow(?) passed up the lizards.
I didn't feel slighted, sorry if my original message made it seem that way. Its just that there were buckets and buckets of snakes and I only saw a few vendors that had lizards and geckos for sale. Only one vendor had chameleons. I went into all the rooms. At least I guess it was all the rooms.
The first room had some snakes and a couple leopard geckos, along with rocks and other terrarium pieces. The second room had a skink and a baby snapping turtle along with more snakes. The third room had a load of bearded dragons and collard lizards, a few chameleons, a few tortoises, a few geckos, and a TON of snakes!
It was a cool experience, seeing all the reptiles that i've only seen pictures of, I just wish there had been more! :) Since I hadn't been before, I didn't know what to expect, maybe I psyched myself up too much :) I don't know, I just wish there had been a bigger variety of geckos. There were about 8-10 containers with day geckos in them, and a tokay, and some leopard morphs. Maybe in terms of the variety of species, lizards had more, but in terms of quantity, it seemed like snakes outnumbered the lizards.