Watching Snake Wranglers: Swimming with Cobras at 7:30!
And seriously, if anyone who does watch this tonight would be so kind as to comment here with any feedback, I'd really appreciate it. In the words of the snake wrangler, "Anyways, if any of you will be able to see it, and moreover, choose to do so, please let me know how you like it. Be critical. What aspects did you enjoy and what did you not enjoy? I hope to use documentaries to fund some of my future research, and I'm really interested to hear how people feel about this."Not to claim the status of a "real professional" in any one endeavor has been a small price to pay for the many benefits and pleasures of trespassing. ~Leo Lionni
Haha.. let me put it this way Ten. If the wide world of Herpetology was the Safehouse: I made a crocodile gecko twink once to get into the Root Cellar, and mostly hang around reading/talking about other people's rogues, looking at their screenshots and stuff, but my main is another class. Possibly a druid.
I love it mentally, absorbing it, but don't have the desire to devote the necessary time, space, and all the rest to participate on a serious level.
Thats cool... Geckos and crocs are nice to have, not too hard to take care of, and are definate conversation pieces, asthetically pleasing, fun to play with sometimes, and have their own personalities.
Plus, once you get past the damage and neat unique equipment, whats there to rogues?
The tenacity which geckos have to cling to life amazes me. My sisters Leopard Gecko escaped one day and they searched and searched for it for weeks with no avail. Then about 8 months later he walks across the living room floor when we're all watching tv... Herpetology is such a cool field, but once you learn about what careers there are and the lack of Universities that teach it, it turns you away from it fairly quickly.