Get That Life: How I Became a Zookeeper
Robin Sutker always knew she wanted to work with animals. At the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, she hangs out with everything from lion cubs to parakeets.
Hey guys! I thought this was pretty cool! Being a zookeeper is something I strive to do. I love that Ms. Sutker mentions that tons of reptile and ambition people are women!
I’ll be heading to the Chico Reptile Show today! So far there are 7 vendors that I’ve never met before and I’m excited to see what’s there! Stay tuned for pics! If you’d like to say hi to me, I’m wearing a black V-neck with a leopard gecko with a heart over it.
P.S. I also went to the Academy of Sciences yesterday so stay tuned for pictures from that!
What’s funny about this is that the Dumeril’s probably placed itself there. Mine like to grope me a lot haha!
(Source: barbiebandaid89, via art-and-sterf)
Come to my Herp Society’s Expo at the end of this month if you are in Northern California or the Bay Area! Entrance fee is only $5 for adults, 12 and under $2! If you are interested in vending, fill out the registration application at www.nbherps.org! Vender list includes: East Bay Vivarium, GBU Enterprises, Ron’s Reptiles, TJ’s Creations, Siren Fish and Reptiles, Misfit Petz, Rainbow R Us, For Goodness Snakes, Living Color Chameleons, Zentry Works Reptile Wipes, Oz Family Farm, Wonderful World Pet Suppliers, Sonoma Country Reptile Rescue, JL-Exotics, Grey Frost, Shedskin Reptiles, Y Knot Reptiles, Natures Creations, Dragon Girl, 29 Snakes, Napa Valley Montessori Exotic Pets & Plants, Moonshine Reptiles, Twin Serpents, Mike Costlow, Big T Exotics, Cal State Reptiles, and more!
Tomorrow is the day! Over 40 vendors will be there! Parking is FREE! Come say hi to me! I’ll be working with NBHS. Feel free to say hi to me (my name is Emily). If you pick up a new pet and have questions about it, feel free to ask me for help! Many of the vendors are willing to help you at as well, so don’t be afraid to ask even if you didn’t get it from them!
So living in California means at some point you’ll experience an earthquake. Tonight’s was a 6.1 magnitude quake located about 6km from where I live. It was enough for me to worry that something was going to fall. It lasted only about 10 seconds at the most. All the animals are seeming unfazed. My geckos were more startled at me turning on the light than anything. Anyways, no damaged seems to be done in the greater vicinity. Rock on California.
Besides loving reptiles, I really love baking
That snakes will not outgrow their “containers”.
That feeding live food is necessary because.
That snakes are filthy and stink.
That copperheads can breed with black rat snakes.
That snakes are slimy.
That snakes cuddle for warmth.
Snakes size people up to eat them.
Baby rattlesnakes are more dangerous than adults.
I had a lady tell me once that she fed her gopher snake cat food its whole life.
This is Val’s Champagne ball python :) it’s about the same age as Ginger, a little less than 2 years. We believe it might be part Pied because of the pattern on his head! (Correct me if I’m wrong, this is just what the seller told us)
Looks like a paradox champagne! A piebald champagne looks more like a spied (spider piebald) from what I understand. fuckyeahballpythons, what’s your thoughts?
reptile-prince said: may I see the screencap? its taken down lol
Yeah, I got a screencap which I just posted but there was much more on the page before it was pulled down. It happened quickly
applepythons, did you manage to take some screenshots?
I took a ton of screenshots of any of the reviews where he repeatedly ask for the review to be taken down, including the original review where he posted her picture. It was still up when I looked through them all.