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6 week old babies don't really eat food, you should really be feeding natural milk direct from the babies mother, if you are unable or do not want to feed from the mother there are many baby specific milks on sale. Note that some babies will not take some of these so you may have to swap until you get the 1 that is liked. Hope this helps

Reptile | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


It depends..... white diamonds make it a California King Snake. Dark brown to black chain like make it a Diamond Backed Water Snake. Or if it consists of a series of diamonds with an outer frame of white, an inner frame of dark brown and a mottled pattern in the center and a rattle, it's a Western Diamondback....... Where do you live?

Reptile | Answered on Jul 14, 2019


Here is the link to the Dyna Trap manuals page.... there should be troubleshooting tips in your manual. Also, at the website they have a 'Contact Us' link. Try to see if you can get support from them as well. Hope this helps. https://dynatrap.com/manuals

Dyna Trap... | Answered on Jul 14, 2019


Dyna Trap Model Numbers start with 'DT' here is a link to their manuals page with pictures.... maybe you can find your model that way. https://dynatrap.com/manuals

Dyna Trap... | Answered on Jul 14, 2019


Direct your inquiry to the purchase source.

ALL LIVING... | Answered on Jun 11, 2019


Sounds like normal behavior as they do like to hide. Unless he or she does not come out to eat or drink then I would consult a vet. Is there any possibility that you may have a pregnant female? Has there been any change in conditions in your habitat or home? Lizards do not adapt well to changes at times and will hide.

Reptile | Answered on Apr 24, 2019


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Reptile | Answered on Mar 20, 2019


Hello, Taylor -

In case you don't realize it, Fixya.com is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS.

If you reside where there are public libraries, I suggest you locate the library nearest you and visit it when it is scheduled to be open. A librarian can help you find answers to all your snake questions.

Best wishes.

Reptile | Answered on Oct 08, 2018


pic is too small

Reptile | Answered on Jul 31, 2018


Anything that moves.

Reptile | Answered on Jul 31, 2018


Are you sure this reptile is called 'Iron Fire'? Google has never heard of it, which is 100% impossible in such cases.

Which habitat does iron fire reptile need Google Search

OMG, you aren't talking about some game character are you?

Reptile | Answered on Apr 24, 2018


Best Ways to Get Rid of Lizards
1. Egg Shells: Lizards will leave the place because the odour of eggs will make lizards assume that there is another organism present in the premises. Keep some eggshells around the corners of your house, doors, and windows.
2. Coffee Powder
This is a very effective method to get rid of lizards. Combine tobacco and coffee powder and make balls. Keep the prepared balls on every corner of the house and the places where lizards hide the most. After eating these balls, they will either die or move away from your house
.3. Garlic
Lizards cannot stand the smell of garlic. This remedy may sound weird to you, but hanging some garlic cloves around your house will keep the lizards away

  • Alternatively, you can place some garlic cloves in the corners and the entrances of the house or spray garlic juice in the lizard-prone areas.
4. Pepper Spray
Pepper spray irritates lizards. This remedy will make them run away. Prepare a solution by mixing crushed black pepper and water. Spray this solution all around the house, in kitchen racks, under the stove, fridge and tube light corners.
5. Onion
Onion contains sulphur compounds which are responsible for bad odour. Lizards can't tolerate the pungent smell of onion. Hang some onions around all the doors, windows and all the other possible entrances. Or else, keep some onions in the areas encroached by the lizards. This creepy reptile will leave the place soon.



12 Simple Home Remedies to Get Rid of Lizards

Reptile | Answered on Mar 24, 2018


The Plains garter snake has either an orange or yellow stripe down its back and distinctive black bars on its lip. The stripe normally starts at the head and continues all the way to the tail tip. Lateral stripes are located on the third and fourth scale rows and are normally a greenish-yellow color.
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Plains garter snake

Reptile | Answered on Mar 24, 2018


Eastern kingsnakes are large -- 36 - 48 in (90-122 cm) -- shiny-black, smooth-scaled snakes with white or yellow chain-link bands that cross the back and connect along the sides. Because of this pattern, this species is also referred to as the chain kingsnake.
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Reptile | Answered on Mar 24, 2018

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