Military museums provide a unique look at original weaponry, filled gear and other important and historical artifacts. Many of the best museums are the small museums on military bases that are used to provide training on military history, weapons, and tactics.
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We work exclusively with reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and quality products for their care. We are the largest and the best herp store in the Pacific Northwest. In January 2012 we will be opening a Venomous Reptile Museum.
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Jeff Barringer Publisher - Featured Contributor Founder of kingsnake.com, Jeff is a veteran breeder and field hobbyist with almost three decades of experience roaming the thorn-scrub of Texas is search of reptiles and amphibians.
Richard D. Bartlett Featured Contributor One of the most prolific writers and photographers on herpetological subjects in the 20th century, Richard spent over four decades documenting reptiles in the field and captivity.
Leiren McKenzie Featured Contributor At home in the forests and swamps of the southeastern United States, Leiren spends most of her free time looking for herps, when she's not breeding axolotls and other salamanders.
Cindy Steinle Featured Contributor A volunteer with several organizations including her own herp rescue, Cindy works with a number of local shelters, agencies, and organizations to provide rescue services for her community.
Some of them are legends known to every school kid in the world. Others are
revered mostly by their peers and the scientists and herpers who came after
them. They're the world's most renowned and influential herpetologists,
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