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Where to buy?

Hi guys,

Where do guys get those beautiful frogs and geckos?

Is there any online store??

Thanks!


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There are lots of them. One of my favs is Blackjungle.com

If you are interested in a dart frog I would suggest a Yellow Banded...they are the easiest.

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geckos are often bought in reptile classifieds. thats how i got mine, and how intend to sell my hatchling when he is mature enough.

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I had 2 geckos, both were found at different times on a semi-truck from Texas that was delivering supplies up here in Kentucky, I guess they were stow aways. They were really cool, if fairly bland, and were around 2.5 inches long. Sorry, I guess that doesn't help you, I just love telling that story.
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There are lots of them. One of my favs is Blackjungle.com

If you are interested in a dart frog I would suggest a Yellow Banded...they are the easiest.
Holy crud those are expensive. When I was in Costa Rica they were literally all over the place. I wonder how many I could fit in my carry on ...
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They are expensive, but they have a 10+ lifespan and are so active and fun!

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