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Have loved animals and have worked and owned reptiles since I was young. Glad there is a place for everyone to come and expand our minds.

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antondazomb Milk Snake
Milk Snake commented on by antondazomb Connecticut, USA7 years ago

poor little bugger

antondazomb Scale insect (winged male)
Scale insect (winged male) commented on by antondazomb Campo Largo, Paraná, Brazil7 years ago

no idea but this thing is amazing

antondazomb Red-necked Cane Borer
Red-necked Cane Borer commented on by antondazomb New York, USA7 years ago

not sure though as it has longer antennae

antondazomb Common Blue Damselfly
Common Blue Damselfly commented on by antondazomb Burlington, Ontario, Canada7 years ago

thanks

antondazomb Northern Saw-Whet Owl
Northern Saw-Whet Owl commented on by antondazomb Ontario, Canada7 years ago

thank you

antondazomb Silver Fox
Silver Fox commented on by antondazomb Ontario, Canada7 years ago

thanks a lot, much appreciated

antondazomb Canada Lynx
Canada Lynx commented on by antondazomb Ontario, Canada7 years ago

It was a special photography trip with someone who was friends with the owners and we were safe the whole time, but it was awesome to be able to get up close with the animals. And the lynx was a rescue, they were kept as a pet at one point I believe and then was taken away.

antondazomb Favonius  aurorinus
Favonius aurorinus commented on by antondazomb 충청북도 (Chungcheongbuk-do), Republic of Korea7 years ago

Not 100% on this one, check the site as there are a few species, the main difference being shades of blue lol

antondazomb Canada Lynx
Canada Lynx commented on by antondazomb Ontario, Canada7 years ago

Ya it was at the Muskoka Wildlife Center, I went with a group of photographers for a trip, I wish I could have been this close in the wild. I have seen then up north but this picture was taken when we went inside the cage.

antondazomb Tree Moss
Tree Moss commented on by antondazomb Oakville, Ontario, Canada7 years ago

lol just a few tiny details can make the difference

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