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Wow, i really enjoy and love watching all those animals, but that list is incompleted. Anyways, thats a good post.

Regards :)

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Good post, but i found more animals, like https://soloreptiles.com/serpiente in this page, you should add all this animals.

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Aquarium Fish - When choosing the kind oof fish you need to keep you ought to keep in mind that all fish want to be in the same tank,

this is where you must use the internet here and do some research into which varieties of fish suit go in a similar tank.

The true species will not have floating leaves but

it entirely possible that some hybrids will have them.

If you are trying to find a good way to begin a planted aquarium, most types of floating plants are ideal.

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Hello

Not all the animals there are specific to North Carolina though. This article is specific to animals in North Carolina.

Erin Bradford, Government and Heritage Library

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Very nice, big thanks for the info although in the reptile zone i was hoping to find some more info about sliders like the yellow belly slider , wich i happen to have, i founded some info about it (in spanish) in this site https://tortugasdeagua.com/ but would like to see more from where this animals are from
thank you for the animal information.
Daniela.

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How awesome is this. But there are only a few reptiles, I saw some more at https://tusreptiles.org . Just in case, same as in https://ncwildlife.org/Learning/Species.

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I love the animals that go out but none of them can be my pet :(, but the ones from https://mascotasymas.net/, yes :).

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use this for all nc animal http://ncwildlife.org/Learning/Species

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Are there any other poisonous/venomous snakes, or spiders in this state we are thinking of moving here and I would like to know what I should be aware of...moving from new mexico/texas area

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Hi Heather,

Here are some resources to consult for this question.

Poisonous snakes: 

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- You can search for specific species on the website http://www.ncwildlife.org/Home.aspx and here is a page from their blog discussing the state's poisonous snakes.

NC Extension Service information -- https://www.ces.ncsu.edu/gaston/Pests/reptiles/venomousnake.htm

Carolinas Poison Center -- http://www.ncpoisoncenter.org/body.cfm?id=11

Poisonous spiders:

NC State University Dept. of Entomology/Cooperative Extension -- https://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/ent/notes/Urban/spiders.htm

Carolinas Poison Center -- http://www.ncpoisoncenter.org/body.cfm?id=126

I hope this helps! 

Kelly Agan, NC Government & Heritage Library

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