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C.Another great shot.
D.had an awesome day in Nova Scotia.
E.Spectacular views
F.Secluded coves and beaches
G.Lighthouse - one of the more distinguishing features of the area.
H.Looking east, view of Bay of Fundy and surrounding area
J.Our Milk Snake is a non poisonous member of the King Snake family. His marking make him similar to the Coral Snake which is poisonous.
K.Got an insect issue, our Chameleon works for bugs - as many as you have!
L.Snappy the Caiman.
M.Our massive Boa.
N.Our Blue Tongue Skink.
O.Our banded kingsnake.
P.Leopard Geckos eating a meal.
R.Red Eye Tree Frog
T.Albino Python
U.Yes - my tongue is blue! I am a long way from my real home.
V.Parrots are active and always happy to see the kids.
W.She's over 20 now!
X.Our alligator waiting for it's breakfast.
Y.The Sugar Glider is named for its preference for sweet foods and its ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel.
Z.Uniquely adapted for climbing and visual hunting, the approximately 160 species of chameleon range from Africa, Madagascar, Spain and Portugal, across south Asia, to Sri Lanka, have been introduced to Hawaii and California, and are found in warm habitats that vary from rain forest to desert conditions.