|Age of Aquariums ||05-26-2008 08:02 PM |
Nice pics. :thumbsup: Welcome to the forum. :)
|Blackice ||05-27-2008 04:09 PM |
Thanks for the welcome and compliment.
|Amphitrite ||05-27-2008 04:33 PM |
Great pictures - that's a lovely vivarium you have him in. I love the music you have playing along with the video.. fantastic! :D
|willow ||05-28-2008 08:52 AM |
aww he's so sweet,lovely viv. :)
|GeegaFish ||05-28-2008 01:51 PM |
Nice pictures and lovely vivarium! I love the music you have playing to accompany your adventuring salamander! That was great. :D
|iamntbatman ||05-28-2008 03:25 PM |
In the video, I was waiting for him to pull out a sword and have an epic battle with legions of newts or something. I guess the music got me a little too pumped. Cool setup!
|Blackice ||06-05-2008 07:04 PM |
Lol, yeah I know sounds pretty epic. My older brother did the music and effects for me.
|GeegaFish ||06-06-2008 09:49 PM |
Your salamander seems very happy in his lush surroundings. I used to love to find these guys under rocks and logs when I was a kid. 8)
I once had a large black salamander with yellow spots. I loved to watch him eat worms. He'd actually stalk them like a cat, swaying his head back and forth in anticipation before he pounced. It was neat!
|Blackice ||06-21-2008 04:34 PM |
Sounds like you had a Spotted salamander(Ambystoma Maculatum). They are really neat I hear. My red back doesn't really stalk his prey, he waits till it gets close then he just grabs and swallows it whole.
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