Most of you have seen that picture of my pet tree frog I put up on DA a while back. well after 3 long life years
Chan-chu died. he died last night which would be the last day of Chinese new year. It's a little scary because I got him on the first day of Chiniese New Year 3 years ago.
so in short I now have 3 empty pet cages (and a plant breeding tank for fresh water fish) of which nothing is living in right now and I want help picking out some new pets for these cages. I'm open to all ideas except for snakes (my grandma doesn't like them) and spiders (I'm scared of them).
any suggestions will need to be backed up by some data. how long it lives, how big it gets, what it eats, can it be handled by people, what type of flooring it requires weather it is a beginners pet, advanced or super advanced.
any one who's animals I choose will also get to name it....if you want.
a 2 gallon tall tank that is 12 inches wide 12 inches tall and 6 inches deep (this was the tank Chan-chu lived in)
A 1 gallon 5 edged diamond shaped aquarium tank with an under gravel filter. its about 8 inches tall and 6 inches wide and 6 inches deep
A 40 gallon tank that is 18 inches tall nearly 36 inches wide and almost 24 inches deep.
And a 5 gallon blue plastic cage that is 20 inches wide 10 inches tall and 8 inches deep
All the tanks have a lightning, deco, food/water dishes and lids.
---- old news ----
I know I have some requests out there that haven't been posted yet. I've just been super busy and I promise they will be finished and posted. I do have them started as well.
1. Starscream and seekers by
2. Hotshot Armada by
3. Megatron/Starscream dragonformers by
(she changed her request)
and various others by people from school.
On top of this I have to do 8 photoshop art works for my High school art teacher by the end of winter break.
I only have 1 done because she is making me redo 2 of the 3 I already sent to her and I haven't been working diligently last week because of the holiday. So I need to finish that before I can do any more on my requests.