Male trans het hypo/wits - AVAILABLE - Just came out of shed again and he glows in person. Pics do no justice at all. Super nice male for a colored wits project or a pet. Very chill dude. No nips. He’s perfect.
He’s about 80 grams
In part with our dear friend @reptiliangarden ; As a special thank you to all of our friends for the much love and support we’ve received we are hosting a very special giveaway, with two very exciting prizes💕 To enter, scroll down for rules and direction✨
Winners will be drawn at random on 10/31‼️
Grand Prize: One (1) Het Bell Albino, POS Tangerine, POS Carrot-tail Leopard Gecko Hatchling (Produced by Reinhart Reptiles)🦎
Runner-up Prize: One (1) Surprise mini reptile themed care package. Which includes a gecko charm necklace from @reptiliangarden🐢
Leave a comment over below and tag two friends who love reptiles🦎 (You can gain an extra entry by liking [Reinhart Reptiles] Facebook page)
-You MUST complete the entry criteria to be eligible for this giveaway, (We will check)
-This giveaway is open to anyone +18 or older in the lower 48 United States. -Winners will be chosen at random and announced on 10/31/17.
-Winner of the grand prize MUST understand reptiles can NOT be shipped in inclement weather, The shipping date for your reptile can not be determined at this time.
-We reserve the right to deny the grand prize winner if for any reason we deem you are not able to care appropriately for the reptile, A new winner will be chosen in this event.
-Giveaway accounts will be disqualified.
Trimeresurus albolabris (White-lipped Tree Viper)
The snakes are often found in heavily degraded habitat or in agricultural areas.They occur in moist mixed deciduous and subtropical forests (both Northern Triangle and Northern Indochina) as wellas in temperate forests. They are commonly encountered in bamboo stands, although individuals have also been found on trees, in bushes, on the ground in open fields, and cossing roads (Leviton et al., 2003)
Leviton, A.E., G.O.U. Wogan, M.S. Koo, G.R. Zug, R.S. Lucas, and J.V. Vindum. 2003. The dangerously venomous snakes of Myanmar: illustrated checklist with keys. Proceedings of the California Academyof Sciences 54(24): 407-462.
Sometimes the things you go looking for come and find you!
@intothemojave , @ksbigfoot and I stopped for the night on our way south in pursuit of rattlesnakes only to wake up and find this beautiful Speckled Rattlesnake soaking up some morning sun in the middle of camp (about 6’ from Seth’s tent)!
Some things may not garner as much interest to most as compared to other things, but you just can’t care less. You keep doing it over and over again cause it’s something that you have a deep interest in since time immemorial. And that, to me, is what passion is all about. You do you. I’ll do me. Shore Pit Viper, Sungei Buloh Wetland reserve. .
Credits to @sufiz89 for the awesome photos. #shorepitviper#herpetology#canon#wildlifesg#reptiles#pitviper#snakes#snakesofinstagram