Discussion in 'Private Collections & Pets' started by J.simpkin, 19 Sep 2015.
Latest Arrival 1.1 Hemigalus derbyanus
1.1 Hemigalus derbyanus
You lucky, lucky, lucky bastard you may have zoochatters flocking to visit you now..... and I'd be one of them.
thanks incredibly blessed to have the pair
Just hope you are further blessed with offspring be a damned shame if the taxon disappeared again.
I'd also be one of them
Greedy bastard, you already got to see the taxon at RSCC
I can personally guarantee that they wont be disappearing any time soon!!
That doesn't mean I don't like them anymore
I'm very pleased to read that.
I'm a damn sight closer than you, get to the back of the queue!
Are these your pets
No not pets!
What other species do you care for?
But this is the pet/private collection forum...? Do you own them or are you saying you don't consider them 'pets'?
i don't consider them pets
They don't have to be handleable or cuddly to be pets. People in the UK seem to have access to more species.
Disagree USA definitely has more available species just need to look in the right place I guess.
I will have to disagree, Europe keeps lots of more species than America. Streaked tenrecs are a good example. And I know echidnas kept in Czech
Well that's just one example. We have California condor and Pronghorn. Europe doesn't.
We have American Robin. Europe doesn't.
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