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October 29 2006 Reptiles and Amphibians Newsletter


Greetings! We'll be going on a bi-monthly article schedule through the end of the year. I'm going to attempt to continue the newsletter on a weekly basis, so don't disappear on me!

Thanks and have a great week!

Peyton

Newest Article: Mud and Musk Turtles

URL: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art47219.asp

Synopsis: A look at the most overlooked but best potential first turtles!

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Herp of the Week: Pig-Nosed Turtle

Scientific Name: Carettochelys insculpta

Informational Site: http://www.digimorph.org/specimens/Carettochelys_insculpta/

Description: A favorite of mine, the Pig-Nosed turtle is the sole surviving member of Carettochelyidae. This turtle resembles (and propels itself with its big front flipper-like feet like) a sea turtle but resides in fresh water. It was featured on Reptiles Magazine several years ago, and Ive been in love with it ever since. Its pig-like face is hard to resist. Its diet consists of insects, snails, small fish, various fruits, roots, and leaves, .The website is also very interesting with its x-rays and data. Enjoy!

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Site of the Week: Official Site of the Indie Rock Band called Tortoise

Review: Ok, so its not a reptile site! Any band that chooses a herp related name deserves a little attention. I thought Id mix things up a bit with some less traditional herp-related sites. Ive never listened to the music of Tortoise, but all you audiofiles might enjoy giving them a shotif you havent already.

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Item of the Week: Waterland Tubs

Review: Ranging in size from 55"L x 25"W x 12"H to 76"L x 35W x 24"H with optional covers and bulkhead drains, these tubs have a lot of potential. There is even a Waterland LAND tub for tortoises and box turtles (72 x 32 x 14"H and 2/3 land, 1/3 water). The lightness of the polyethylene combined with the non-stick surface (for easy cleaning) give them great potential .

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Events:

Midwest Reptile Symposium - November 3rd-5th


Herp Shows this Week:
Date: October 30th through November 5th


U.S.

Orlando, FL November 4th and 5th
F.I.R.Expo

Indianapolis, IN November 4th and 5th
Indy Reptile Expo

Shelbyville, KY November 4th
Kentucky Reptile Expo

Havre de Grace, MD November 4th
All Maryland Reptile Show

Cheswick, PA November 5th
Pittsburgh Reptile and Bird Show/Sale

Columbia, SC November 4th and 5th
South Carolina Reptile and Exotic Animal Show


Canada:

Calgary November 4th and 5th
CanWest Pet Expo


Chech Republic:

Prague November 4th Ziva Exotika


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Please visit reptiles.bellaonline.com for even more great content about Reptiles and Amphibians. To participate in free, fun online discussions, this site has a community forum all about Reptiles and Amphibians located here -

http://forums.bellaonline.com/postlist.php?Cat=0&Board=379

This newsletter is a work in progress. Comments and suggestions are welcome. Please feel free to comment either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Please pass this on to your reptile and amphibian loving friends and family. I'm trying to grow this area, but I need your help!

Peyton Creadick, Reptiles and Amphibians Editor

http://reptiles.bellaonline.com

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