|This is the newer version of the Fluval Spec 5 Gallon. It's actually not a bad set, which suits me just fine - I'd like to see more of these if people are going to bother buying nano tanks.|
What's more, their cute, fairly quiet, and rather enjoy their crickets. Other than that, they're pretty docile, and make fantastic additions to vivarium-style installations. I like them.
I'm starting to like frogs in general - I was considering doing a frog tank to house some high-humidity plants I wanted to grow - carnivores, specifically.
In the end, I decided I had nowhere to put it, and just stored away my notes for the project. Better luck next time, perhaps.
Right now, we have them on for a pittance. It'd be worth coming in to check them out - very good frog for beginners, or so I'm told.
Iguanas get big, really big. Big enough that they functionally need a whole room (or at least a large storage closet) for their enclosure at adult size. Not too much of a price to pay, however. They're long lived companions.
And very, very cool.
Take this thing away from me before I buy it. Seriously. I'm held back only by not having the space for it, and that may well change soon, so save me from myself. I'm begging you.
Tragic, maybe... but this little cutie is, well, a cutie.
|Meyer's Parrot... Michael Meyers, as a matter of fact.|