Reptile Show & Boku
- View SourceWell, Boku is still missing. This makes week number 3 now. I'm at a loss
as to what else to do to find him and I have a feeling I probably won't
find him. I just hope he's happy wherever he decided to make his home.
We went to the Gainsville, FL reptile and amphibian show yesterday. Was
pretty neat but they had a lot of the same things. Tons of leopard geckos
and frogs and tadpoles. Lots of snakes. Only saw one iguana, and that was
a juvenile rhinoceros iguana. A couple monitors, tegus and quite a few
The friends I went with bought a baby Brazilian Rainbow Boa. It's a
pretty one. Going to take her/him over to a local reptile store to have
her sexed, they forgot to do that at the show :-(
Well, I guess that's about it for updates from here.
Tracy & the still missing (hopefully happy) Boku
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- View SourceIn a message dated 5/17/99 7:41:01 AM Eastern Daylight Time, tcdata@...
<< Well, Boku is still missing. >>
I wouldn't give up hope yet. I had a friend who lost her ig (in GA) for
about a month. she found him in a nearby tree. They usually stay close to
home. Continue putting food out and get some friends to help look up in the
trees.....Boku is probably watching you while you continue the hunt!