kingsnake.com's chat room has been a live gathering place for herpers around the world since the 90s. It's also the site of the longest-running annual herp symposium on the web, featuring popular reptile and amphibian breeders, conservationists and experts as well as television personalities, well-known hobbyists, researchers, authors, and zoo professionals.Since 1997 kingsnake.com offererd hosted chats each week, first in IRC, then in the Reptile and Amphibian Chat Room on our own Chat Server, as well as hosting an annual event known as Chat week, the first live online symposium in the reptile and amphibian world.
Unfortunately security issues in the JAVA based chat system used to power our chats forced us to permanently close our chat rooms in early 2013.
Below are transcripts of some of the chats and chat events that occured in our chat rooms.
Reptile and amphibian expos, symposiums, zoo and museum exhibitions and other educational events are great
places to ask questions, get answers and network with other herp keepers. Upcoming Reptile and Amphibian Events:
Our gallery allows registered users to upload their favorite reptile and
amphibian photos to the topic galleries and personal photos to the member galleries. Photos can be used on our forums, classifieds,
and Connect, or shared with friends and family.
kingsnake.com's Connect is a beta project being developed to let the herp community stay in touch with
their friends and fellow hobbyists, keep each other up to date on legislative issues as they develop, and to build and strengthen
the herp community network. Registered users of kingsnake.com can use it to share photos, links, information, alerts, updates and more. log infind connections
Check out these reptile and amphibian submitted by staff, volunteers, and users of the kingsnake.com community.
Our system supports videos hosted on YouTube. If you have a favorite YouTube video, please submit it here.
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,
herpetoculturists and zoologists, and you can learn more about them and
their legacy to the hobby in kingsnake.com's Wikipedia-based index of herper