December 5 2009 Exotic Pets Newsletter
She was born about 2 1/2 weeks early 6lbs 3 ounces 19 inches
Also, is a picture of her big sister Tori - 2 years old.
Also, we're showing and telling our macaws in the forum, 2 blue and golds and one Hans macaw that thinks it is a eagle.
Exotic Pet Invertebrates, Amphibians, and Reptiles
Sometimes you don’t see a lot of commonality in exotic pets, but in fact many species have a great deal in common. Ectotherms; invertebrates, amphibians, and reptiles, animals that can’t control body heat. Different animals over winter; mosquitos produce a natural antifreeze called glycerol.
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