February 1 2012 Exotic Pets Newsletter
Plants That Eat Animals - Carnivorous Plants
The creature was tricked into entering the jaws of the monster. He was trapped. The fiend digested his victim. What is this awful monster? It wasn't a T-Rex. The victim suffered the indignity of being eaten by a plant. Latest in exotic pets - carnivorous plants.
Tip of the week!
When introducing a new exotic pet make sure you quarantine the pet away from your existing pets. The accepted amount of time is about 30 days. Even with a vet check you still don't know if something is brewing! It would be disastrous to introduce a disease or parasite to your existing pets.
Also make sure you begin an adventure with a new pet with all sterilized equipment.
Keep your pets clean, healthy, and sanitary keeps the veterinarian away!
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