Friday, March 21, 2014


Amphibian Database

I thought for all you people out there that enjoy reading about a variety of amphibians would like a place where you could access lots of helpful websites. So I have started to make a database of resource sites. THEY ARE STILL IN THE EDITING PROCESS AND MAY HAVE FAULTY INFORMATION, GRAMMAR ISSUES, AND MANY OTHER PROBLEMS. So to help me in this editing process you should edit my pages. THANK YOU, I would really appreciate it if you would contribute to this blog.

Located at the top of the right side bar.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Herpetology Societies

In the City I live in there is a Herpetology Society and I never knew it until 2 years ago. And I had no idea there was such a thing. After going there I really enjoyed it and have gone numerous times since then. I've also invited people there to join in on the fun. With such low knowledge of this herpetologists paradise I'm afraid that some will never get to experience this. So I have decided to publicly announce that there is a good chance of your town having such a place. So if you are interested I have found a website that lists a bunch of societies for each state.

Find out times and other things and participate!

Friday, March 14, 2014


Caecilians are a very small group of worm-like amphibians that do not get much recognition or popularity. Which you can probably tell with your lack of knowledge of them. Most schools don't even mention them to students! All they know is that there are 4 out of the actual 5 types of amphibians. Toads, Frogs, Salamanders, Newts.... Where is the Caecilians in all that? They're still alive and digging in their main range of South America. Acknowledge them!
I know they look a little gross by they are actually
really cool.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Good Books about herp's are so hard to come by!

In all my years of free reading books about amphibians I had yet to find a very good book. In till last year that is because I had checked a book at my local library and very much enjoyed it. Just thought you people would like to read this amazing book. The only downside is pretty obvious in the Title: South Dakotas amphibians. But it is still a good book.,d.aWc

FYI: Its totally free, no worries at all for all you weary people out there.