Thought it was time I posted some pics of these guys: My red foots-Northern regions of S.America, savannah/forest edge: My Forest Hingebacks-West/Central African deep forests-EXTREMELY rare, only a handful of breedings in captivity: Spot the eye:
That is a great ibera. Really dark shell, quite unusual really, don't see many like that. Some more pics of my guys, I've got some new hingebacks recently, and the post is copied, so that's why it won't make as much sense if you haven't seen what I posted about the new guys before. Some pics of the hinges-the ones I've had for a while, not the new ones: I can see you in the distance!:mf_dribble: He's behind you! Am I on? Is that how I do it? Ah! Figured it out! At that point I thought I'd leave them to a bit of peace, and for some lovin' in the oven that was our garden this afternoon.
I got some other pics as well: The new hinges are starting to become a bit less timid. They'll let me get to about 3ft away with their heads out and then go back when I get too close. Even so, I still got some pics:
And the reds were out too:
And finally a few pics of the more furry pets: It all got a bit too warm for the dog, so he just decided to plow straight through the hedge and find himself a nice cool afternoon siesta spot.
Achatina Fulica 'Jadatzi'
Archachatina marginata suturalis
Golden Retriever, Fish, Serrated Hingebacked Tortoises, Red Footed Tortoises, Lop-Eared Rabbits