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Posted by Raymond Moreno on October 09, 2002 at 02:27:02:

In Reply to: NEW PIC OF STICKY posted by Raymond Moreno on October 09, 2002 at 02:22:02:

Here's another shot of Sticky from a different angle.

Geesh...now that I'm looking at the pictures again, he sure look kinda "evil". (Hmmm...I wonder if that's better than "dorky")?

Oh well, he's still pretty cool! (As well as my "lil buddy").

Enjoy.

In Christ: Raymond

:Hey folks,

:here'a another picture of my cresty, Sticky. (It was taken this morning).

:And as you can see, the Reptisun 5.0 tube (as well as the red incandescent light), were on. (The red incandescent light is used to heat his enclosure, and is hooked-up to an "A-Life" 1000-watt thermostat, to turn on when the tempertature drops below 75 degrees).

:Sorry for the "blurryness," but the picture was taken THROUGH THE GLASS, which as you all know, is kinda tricky with a digital camera.

:He's so cool!!

:In Christ: Raymond





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