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Picture(s) A Day – 30 July 2010

Getting back on track with posting and all, I actually have another post for everyone :)  And the pics are only from yesterday :P

30 July 2010 - Weather in the morning for a change :)

30 July 2010 - Weather in the morning for a change :)

Rain came to our general area, but didn’t quite make it to our neighborhood.  There was rain on Mt. Charleston, rain to the north, and rain to the east, but no rain in the valley.  At least we had some clouds :wink:

After work, it was time to head on over to Exotic Pets to get some food for Ziva.  Yep, that means pics of animals!

30 July 2010 - Malagasy twig mimic snakes

30 July 2010 - Malagasy twig mimic snakes

30 July 2010 - Giant flying gecko

30 July 2010 - Giant flying gecko

30 July 2010 - Blue azuras dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Blue azuras dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Blue azureus dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Blue azureus dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Yellow dabb lizard

30 July 2010 - Yellow dabb lizard

30 July 2010 - Bumblebee dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Bumblebee dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Bumblebee dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Bumblebee dart frogs

30 July 2010 - Sorry, I forgot to note what type of frog this is

30 July 2010 - Sorry, I forgot to note what type of frog this is

30 July 2010 - Blood red bearded dragon

30 July 2010 - Blood red bearded dragon

30 July 2010 - Sugar glider

30 July 2010 - Sugar glider

30 July 2010 - Hedgehogs

30 July 2010 - Hedgehogs

30 July 2010 - Citronella dart frog

30 July 2010 - Citronella dart frog

I tried to include a couple of cute & cuddly critters for those who don’t like the reptiles and amphibians :)  I think my favorites are the dart frogs for their colors and the sugar gliders because they’re so cute.

Have fun everyone :mrgreen:

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3 comments to Picture(s) A Day – 30 July 2010

  • Kath

    See, I learn something every day. Never heard of a dart frog before — and it comes in all those colors?!! Strange.

    And the hedgehogs — really people want those for a pet? They are kinda cute.

    You need those air-cooled seats!

    That made me think of all those old used cars my dad would buy as his drive-to-work car. He would buy one and be out in the driveway cussing up a storm and you could hear the clink and clang of tools against metal the whole time. When the car started up and the hood slammed closed, you knew success had been acheived.

    Don’t think he ever had one that had AC. He would buy those nylon fold-in-half “seat cushions”, which us kids thought were horrible, but he said they were cooling in the summer.

    We are so spoiled now. At least I know it. Thanks, Dad.

    • Kath, do a Google image search for “dart frog” and check out the colors :wink: They got that name because some of ‘em are poisonous on the outside and native hunters in South America would rub their arrow shafts on them before hunting to take advantage of the poison. Yes, people really do want hedge hogs for pets – they think they’re cute :P

      And I have dealt with cars that had no A/C in the past, but these fabric seats aren’t too bad :)

      But you’re right – we’re spoiled 8)

  • kc

    The squirrel ranks MUCH higher than ‘cute’ – he’s downright irresistible. The flying gecko is wild!

    As we speak, I have a vehicle with little/no air conditioning…and y’know where I live, right? Did the same thing in the same vehicle 5 years ago. Don’t know if it needs a recharge or what, but I manage, for as little travel time I get, anyway. I do try to travel first thing in the morning or fairly close to sundown. Not that it matters. I don’t care what your temp gauge says, Jeff, everything after 90 is only words. Words like MISERABLE and SUFFOCATING. C’mon, Hurricane!

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