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Posted by Ettore R.Peyrot on July 12, 1998 at 15:06:08:
Torino (Italy), July 12, 1998
To the Herpetological Community, and all friend herpers,
We are pleased to announce the birth of a new HerpSite, REPTILIA & AMPHIBIA .
REPTILIA & AMPHIBIA is now the most complete Italian website about Reptiles, Amphibians, Terraristic and Herpetology.We have put in this website months of research, attempts, comparisons, and after a long work of collecting, organizing, writing, scanning, OCR, setting the pages, making links, etc., we are proud to offer a valid and flexible tool to all amateur and professional herpetologists. Most of the material contained will be useful for educational purposes, too. Due to a lack of articles and material found on the web (and not only there) in italian language, we decided to make this site bilingual (italian/english), to make it handy for a wider number of users. As you will see, graphics are accurate but essential (thus allowing a higher speed, even for those with "slow" connections), and we chose a "frames" structure to allow surfing inside and outside the site always keeping a quick reference to the index. You will find here an extraordinary amount of material, split in sections/pages.
We are hereby inviting You to visit us, as well as signing and leaving a comment in our Guestbook.
We will also welcome any suggestion and submission of other related websites to add to our list.
An official “Virtual Vernissage” with an online chat session will take place in September 1998, when the last few pages still under construction (Photo Gallery and Veterinarians list) will be put online, and we will have the pleasure of announcing it on this Forum.
Best wishes to everybody and happy herping.
Sincerely and Herpetologically,
Ettore R. Peyrot
REPTILIA & AMPHIBIA
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