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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:37 pm

Yeah in my state all I need is the USDA and that exempts me from the exotic ban(felines, canines, primates, bears, and corc/gators). In fact had my inspection today. Any other exotics are regulated with the list which forces me to need the prohibited animal permit to get mongooses but someday.

If I had a magic genie and could get any animal I want with no regard of laws in the way.

Bettong(super mini kangaroos, omnivores) They do exist in USA private trade so are a realistic someday maybe
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Numbat, not really possible(Australian "anteater")
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More realistically Quolls show up from time to time but are a bit tricky to care for. but they aren't the cool spotted tiger quolls
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Of course everyone needs a bilby
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Springhass
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I do also like the pine martens and tayras Seeing Chasing Tail's Paca those are growing on me.

Armadillos of any sort, binturong, as well as any sort of possums

Would especially like water possums though
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Little water possums, Lutreolina crassicaudata, native call them weasels and they are killed as chicken theive
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And maybe this pallid fat tailed possum
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Obviously I'm fond of marsupials and I already posted all the mongoose photos in the mongoose thread.

I agree with ferret badgers being awesome.
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Oh and if I were gonna get a bear it would be sloth bear, they eat termites and Cary their young on their back so more like anteater bears
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and one of these
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Small indian civet
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Or a masked civet
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Or any viveridae, Eupleridae, or mongoose

Almost forgot, ringtailed cat
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:49 pm

My internet died earlier but I wanted to add

Beech Martens, cutter than pine martens really
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby Nova » Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:34 pm

I do looooove the mucelid family, I'd like to possibly get another ferret but Kai is so perfect as a singular ferret.

Also, while near impossible. I'd love a Red Panda just to finish out my collection of badger and weasel like things.
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Also, tamanduaGirl I <3 you so much for showing me the golden japanese badger. DO WANT. That is such a beautiful coloration and I am already head over heels in love with the Japanese Badger (close to my devotion to meles meles but not quite) now I have to go photo fest and enjoy!
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby veralidaine » Mon Feb 13, 2012 6:17 pm

Wow, I'm learning about a bunch of new species of animals with this thread. TG - I had no idea most of those animals existed. It must be nice to be exempt from the ban. How did your inspection go/what do they do?
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Postby TamanduaGirl » Mon Feb 13, 2012 6:39 pm

He's an easy going inspector. He just looks at the animals to see they look well, if things are clean, and asks about any vet visits and any exhibiting I've been doing or plan too, oh and if I'm still feeding them the same diet. We get on tv often enough we have no issues qualifying but if that dries up I can just do an occasional show.
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby caninesrock » Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:53 pm

TamanduaGirl wrote:
More realistically Quolls show up from time to time but are a bit tricky to care for. but they aren't the cool spotted tiger quolls
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Would especially like water possums though
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Little water possums, Lutreolina crassicaudata, native call them weasels and they are killed as chicken theive
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I didn't know quolls were in the pet trade. I forgot about them. They would be really interesting to have as well. And wow! Those are some pretty unique possum species. The second one looks more like some sort of weasel or mongoose than a possum. Very interesting. I think I might add that one to my wishlist as well. That first one looks alot like a four-eyed,but with webbed feet, a larger body, and no eye dots.


Edit:
I found more images of the little guys:
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/alejocock/3082278575/
Exotic Wishlist: high content wolfdog or wolf,low to mid content wolfdog, Coyote, Coydog, Black-backed Jackal, New Guinea Singing Dog, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Mink, Raccoon, Coati,and Kinkajou.

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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby caninesrock » Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:21 pm

And found this adorable guys while looking for pics of the water possums:
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Source: http://www.biblioteca.ifc-camboriu.edu. ... parentId=0
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Source: http://olhares.sapo.pt/cuica-lutreolina ... 47356.html

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Source: http://www.animalpicturesarchive.com/li ... ssicaudata


and from here:
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/marsupials-list.html

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And:
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Source:http://www.nhptv.org/wild/didelphidae.asp

Reeves Muntjac Deer
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Qoukka
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:09 am

Those dunnarts are cute(1st and 3rd photos)

I think the yellow-footed rock wallaby on here is pretty too http://www.buzzle.com/articles/marsupials-list.html

Yeah it's interesting how the little water possum looks and acts weasel like. First I saw it was when a FB friend posted about a siting of one where they thought they were extinct in that area. It took some digging to find out what it really was because the Spanish name meant red weasel. "Comadreja Colorada" brings up more photos. Couldn't remember the name before.

http://www.ecoregistros.com.ar/site/imagen.php?id=2445
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:41 am

Oregon lists all short-tailed opossums as non-controlled so they are the only ones I could get without a permit but it lists all Monodelphis so I could get other than the standard gray but those are already in the pet trade so easiest to get.

Monodelphis americana has racing stripes.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-JtFSRJA_beo/T ... noAme4.jpg

So does Monodelphis iheringi
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Bunch of neat possums on that page http://mamiferosdomundo.blogspot.com/20 ... hidae.html

Monodelphis dimidiata
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Monodelphis dimidiata by Ricardo Roth1, on Flickr

Red sided is neat too
http://www.mammalogy.org/uploads/imagec ... y/1396.jpg

Monodelphis emiliae
http://www.mammalogy.org/monodelphis-emiliae-1700

Monodelphis glirina
http://www.mammalogy.org/monodelphis-glirina-1703

Monodelphis maraxina
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Monodelphis osgoodi looks like a mole

And wrong genus but stripped possums are cool looking, Dactylopsila trivirgata
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Now this is a weird tail
http://www.arkive.org/patagonian-opossu ... 87906.html
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby TamanduaGirl » Tue Feb 14, 2012 12:56 am

Oh as to quolls there are two species of quoll native to New Guinea. They allow export long as not CITES listed as endangered.

Which reminds me cuscus similar species. Seen in the pet trade on occasion but again tricky to care for. Chasing Tail is one of few people with one and her page touches on the difficulty
http://chasing-tail.com/journal/2011/02 ... on-cuscus/

But they are still cool. Seemed to mainly be diet and care thing and an idiot broker selling animals he didn't know how to care for.
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby Splashstorm » Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:52 pm

These are my "Wish list" ones I definitely will get, no matter what aka my FAVORITE animals in the whole planet:

Alaskan wolf:
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Belgian Malinois:
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Pixie Bob:
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These are the others that I really want and WILL most likely get :bear: :

Arabian horse:
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Lion:
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Spotted hyena:
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African grey parrot:
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These are domestic pets that I WILL also likely get:

Polydactyl/Old-fashioned Maine Coon:
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Caucasian Mountain Dog:
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Portuguese Pointer:
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Siamese:
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Coton de Tulear (puppy cut only, I don't like the really long hair):
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Birman (I love the red colored ones):
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Shikoku:
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Sphinx:
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I have a lot more, but this will be it for today :hin:
Past Pets: Sea-monkeys, 7 Cottontail rabbits, a Wakin goldfish, 2 cats & a betta fish.
Wishlist: Malinois, Alaskan wolf, hyena, liger (& other big cats), Arabian horse, dolphin, & much more!

~RIP my Cottontail rabbit Brownie AUG 15 2011~
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Postby Nova » Mon Aug 13, 2012 8:34 pm

Coming back here to post some amendments to my list:
STILL WANT A BADGER
But there have been other changes.

A Pied Crow, probably my favorite bird.
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I've also been secretly in love with Jellies and cephalopods of all kinds for a long time now. (A group of cephalopod enthusiasts and myself call ourselves the beak freaks.) So, I would really like a large aquarium at some point to own a
Cuttlefish!
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I'm actually quite passionate about cephalopods and paint/study them often. This will probably have to wait until I'm really settled because octopodes and cuttles are really needy in their living arrangements. Picking a single cuttlefish variant I want to own, same with octopodes, is near impossible. So it's mostly a question of what is safest to get wherever I am living at the time.

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Postby Juska » Mon Aug 13, 2012 11:03 pm

Most of these definitely put the "wish" in wishlist ;) I'd do anything to have a Tazzie. I had a dream the other night about them! They're just amazing animals :) As my list goes down they generally get more easy to actually obtain, lol. I'll probably add more later.

Tasmanian Devil
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Mountain Nyala
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Raccoon Dog
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Striped Hyena
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Bat Eared Fox
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Caribou
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Champagne Striped Skunk
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Silver Fox
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American Eskimo Dog
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This became way too long, and I already removed a few :P

Postby Nìmwey » Tue Aug 13, 2013 5:12 pm

Moluccan Cockatoo

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Blue-eyed Cockatoo

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Slender-billed Cockatoo

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Palm Cockatoo (Yes, I adore cockatoos. :mrgreen:)

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Blue-throated Macaw

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Buffon's Macaw

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Golden Conure

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Red-billed Toucan

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Great Indian Hornbill

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Rhea (Though I've heard that they can be rather mean. :P)

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I really want to get into falconry some day. (Hawks, eagles. The Harpy Eagle here is just an example.)

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Would also love to have some kind of Vulture. (The Cinereous here is just an example.)

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Albino Reticulated Python (Though I'll stick with the dwarf versions. ;))

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Borneo Python

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Chuckwalla

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One of the most amazing animals on the planet, the Fruit Bat.

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Everyone loves rabbits.

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Tapir :mrgreen:

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Bactrian Camel

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Akhal-teké

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Azawakh

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Fila Brasileiro

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North American Indian Dog

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Cheetah

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Striped Hyena

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I really hope it didn't get too long, I already removed a few but had to have these here. :icon-wink:
(Although the first post does have almost 70 pictures, if we count the ones that aren't there anymore. :lol:)

I skipped animals I prioritize less or that are unlikely/impossible to get, like Ruffed Lemur, Okapi, Jaguar, and a few reptiles.
(And there are of course many more breeds of domestic animals I want, but I had to cut it down.)
But where I live now, all carnivores, primates and predatory birds are illegal, so I better move then. :3
My main interest is in parrots, dogs, toothed whales and snakes.
Future animals I want to have when we have land are camels, wolfdogs/wolves, coyotes or jackals, striped hyena or aardwolf. Also poultry, rabbits water buffalo and/or yak for livestock.
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Re: Pics of Pets on Your Wishlist

Postby Ash » Tue Aug 13, 2013 6:08 pm

Cool list. I would really like burmese python too, though where I'm from you can't take them across state lines, so that kind of rules them out for me. They live a long time, and I can't guarantee that I won't move in the next 30 years, even if I'm pretty stable now. Also, I love the striped hyenas, of course. I just love all hyenas.

Which one would you say you want the most?
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