Butters and friends: The thread

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I'll bet Butters loves the things that are like tunnels!

She does! Those are 4" plastic pipe fittings from Home Depot. I have a toy box of random things to throw in her playpen. For my taste I'd much prefer more natural looking structures but it's been determined animals largely don't give a shit about that. Function over form. Maybe if they got a goddamn job and had to start paying for this shit they'd start caring about that more. :mad::p
 

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More directly a friend of Butters, Sierra.

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I’ve watched so many lizard videos now, thanks to this thread, that when an Aussie friend posted a video of a lizard strolling through her back yard, I automatically responded with “oh, is that a tegu?”
 

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Here’s something they usually don’t tell you about in a supply guide, a quality pair of tweezers to pull wood chips out of the door slider grooves so you can close it. Pretty much need it after every time you open the door. :LOL:

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This reminds of of when people ask some people why they are upset when that's just the way thier face naturally looks when relaxed. Reptiles don't have the option to try to make their face look more approving.

 

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Fascinating..... Some women have what they call "resting bitch face," and other people seem to be expressionless a lot of the time when they're not animatedly speaking or doing something. This Frilled Dragon is intriguing, and I would guess that he is enjoying being gently stroked, as we see him do a long, slow blink of his eyes......
 
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Somewhat OT, but I follow this guy religiously. Not so much for animal enclosures but this one is very inspiring. He goes through the whole build process. I would love to have a fully natural looking bioactive enclosure with the appropriate critter. Come on stimulus check! :p

 
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I just realized I've watched a lot of videos on reptiles as pets and also rodents as pets from chinchillas to rabbits to guinea pigs, and I don't know if I've ever seen a rodent being affectionate (as opposed to just being cute) while I've seen plenty of reptiles being affectionate. Hmmm.
 

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Sierra in her new hide.


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Peanut dining on a cricket, with a potential second helping below and former meal graveyard to the left.


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Showing Peanut is the size of a peanut.
 
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