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Posted by starmom on February 22, 2003 at 18:01:11:
In Reply to: Received the posted by leprachaun13 on February 21, 2003 at 22:05:57:
You never stop learning from the day you are born to the day you die, being interested in something
that makes you yearn for more information is very exciting! Im the same way I try to get as much
info and get as educated as I can about things im interested in!
Let us know what cool stuff you learn from that book!
: I ordered the Rhacodactylus book over a week ago, and it was delivered today to much anticipation. As soon as I looked and saw the box on the table, I got all excited, tore the box open, and started reading immediately. (yea, i know, I'm a loser)
:I've already gotten through about half of the book, and although I may sound like a nerd, the book is amazing.lol. I recommend it to anyone who's interested in that information about Rhacs that they can't find on the internet. It has basically everything that you ever needed or would want to know about the rhacodactylus family, and even Mr. Sandfire Dragon Ranch, Allen Repashey is quoted in the book.
:Sorry my post may only be somewhat coherent, but that's out of excitment, too much reading, and sleep deprevation.
:Good Luck, and I recommend the book (Rhacodactylus: Biology, Natural History & Husbandry by Robert Seipp &
: Friedrich Wilhelm Henkel)