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the feds wanna' take your pets [x-posted]

Apr. 6th, 2009 | 11:28 pm
posted by: charismasuicide in thevivarium

On April 23rd 2009, The Natural Resources Committee of the U.S. Congress will hold a hearing on H.R. 669, a resolution that will in effect ban importation, interstate transport, and the private ownership of most birds, mammals, reptiles, and fish as pets. Should HR669 be adopted as written only the following nonnative animals
would be allowed:


-Cats (Felis catus)
-Cattle/Oxen (Bos taurus)
-Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus)
-Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)
-Donkey/Asses (Equus asinus)
-Domesticated Geese (family Anatidae)
-Domesticated Ducks (Anas spp.)
-Goats (Capra aegagrus hircus)
-Common Goldfish (Carassius auratus auratus)
-Horses (Equus caballus)
-Llama (Lama glama)
-Mule/Hinny (Equus caballus x E. asinus)
-Domesticated Pigs/Hogs (Sus scrofa domestica)
-Domesticated Rabbit vatieties (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
-Sheep (Ovis aries)

Should this resolution be adopted into law as written it will have a devastating impact on every pet owner and business in the United States.

Action is needed TODAY to protect your rights to keep your pets! (So call/email/write your local congressrep voicing your opposition)
Click the link below for more information and what you can do to protect your pets:
http://banner.pethobbyist.com/spclick.php?id=438


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EDIT: I made quite the... Equus asinus of myself, believing what was circulating before studying the bill. That list is only the definition of domestic species. No list has been agreed upon yet. LINK FOR ACTUAL BILL

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HerpPins.com news

Apr. 6th, 2008 | 02:54 am
posted by: charismasuicide in thevivarium

x-posted to applicable communities
if this is deemed inappropriate
i'll gladly delete it per request




I try not to barage myspace too much with HerpPins.com updates, but theres a lot of new things worth mentioning.
  • Entire new line of 50+ 1.25" designs
  • All designs available as either magnets or pins
  • LOTS of new discounted multi-packs of pins/magnets
  • More bandwidth! People should no longer recieve bandwidth errors when visting the site


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The iTerrarium

Jan. 22nd, 2008 | 12:45 pm
posted by: txtriffidranch in thevivarium

While the plant itself is a very attractive Nepenthes hybrid, every plant needs an appropriate container. I'd like to introduce the iTerrarium Mark I.

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I created a REPTILEGEEKS.com profile

Dec. 30th, 2007 | 02:08 am
music: crimpshrine
posted by: charismasuicide in thevivarium

So, I found out about this site the other day and created a profile (albeit, for herppins.com). Basic premise is a social networking site (like myspace) for herpers.

If you have a profile add me and say hi! Its kinda' sparse at the moment, but could have potential.

http://reptilegeeks.com/HerpPins


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do anoles work with water in a terrarium?

Nov. 2nd, 2007 | 07:42 pm
posted by: kaiaphas in thevivarium

Hello, I'm a first-time poster on this forum, I had a question to ask some of you more experienced herp keepers. I am interested in turning my 29 gallon tank into a semi tropical vivarium witht the eventual introduction of one or two anoles, nothing too major, and nothing that is going to get taken out (or really want to get taken out) and pet and handled. I've been reading up on anole's requirements but was wondering what the consensus was on water. I was considering doing a waterfall with a little stream made out of corkbark (if I get really ambitious). I'm not talking doing a lot of water like a turtle tank, the majority of the bottom surface would be land, with approprite climbing plants, branches, etc. Anoles need partial moisture, but is this going too far? Are there risks to the anoles besides just the threat of drowning, or is there something here I havn't caught?

All ideas and comments are welcome, thanks.


(crossposted to herpers)

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related community

Sep. 1st, 2007 | 12:39 pm
mood: hopefulhopeful
posted by: leucotheasveil in thevivarium

I didn't see any prohibitions in the profile, so I hope you don't mind-
I'm new to terrariums, so going the next step to adding animals is way beyond my expertise at this moment!

I did a search and there were no lj communities for terrariums or Jon Carloftis fans, so I created one. Please feel free to join, and by all means, invite any like-minded friends!

http://community.livejournal.com/beyondwindows/profile

Thanks!

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HerpPins.com

Mar. 20th, 2007 | 05:08 pm
posted by: charismasuicide in thevivarium

If this is considered off topic in the least, let me know and I'll remove the post with apologies.



HerpPins.com is now up and running. There are 50+ designs available on the website. You can purchase them online via paypal for $1 each (+s&h], or until the end of March you can purchase all of the designs from the MYSPACE PROFILE for $15 [+s&h].

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herppins.com
myspace.com/herppins

x-posted to various exotic pet and sell oriented communities.

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note for the mod

Jul. 9th, 2006 | 12:43 am
posted by: demonia in thevivarium

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Hey Vivpeople

Jun. 9th, 2005 | 01:45 pm
posted by: way_up_high in thevivarium

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Hey, I'm new. Name is Tom, from NYC.

here's a pic of my vivarium taken about a year ago. it houses six dart frogs (2 each of azureus, bicolor and tinctorius)



the viv looks a somewhat different today - grown out a bit. Took a few pics yesterday and I'll throw one up here when i get around to downloading onto the computer.

later

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Jun. 3rd, 2005 | 11:37 am
posted by: ammonoid in thevivarium

Hi there. I just found this community and joined. I posted a bunch of pics on my journal a couple of days ago - you can find them here.

To me setting the tank up is the most exciting part of fishkeeping. Its always about the next project!

Currently I have a unplanted 55g Malawi theme tank, a planted 35 hex Amazon theme, and a planted 30 gallon with rainbowfish.

Projects - another 55 that will be set up for the rainbowfish I have in the 30g, and a 5g that will be set up to house my new betta.

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