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Old 08-10-2023, 05:37 PM
Kolyander Kolyander is offline
Default The Reptile Room

A short distance from Professor Paton's office/cabin there is a building that wasn't there before. From the outside it looks like an ordinary building if you paid no mind to the large sign above the door that said The Reptile Room. Or perhaps your eyes have already fallen upon one of the very large statues that sit on either side of the entrance to the building, a python and a lizard.

Once inside you will notice that the building is much larger than it appears from the outside. Every single creature has a tank/exhibit/area that is designed specifically for them and their needs and is large enough for their comfort even if it may not look like it. Remember children, magic is a beautiful thing. There are little cards on the glass of each tank with the species name, what abilities it has and whether or not the students are allowed to handle it.

If you would like to handle one of the creatures/or your own should you have one being housed here all you have to do is tap your wand against the glass and say "Alohomora". An area of glass large enough for you to get the creature in and out safely will open up for you. You may also help feed them, give them water or clean out their homes. All supplies are kept at the back area of the building and labeled neatly. There's also gloves handy in case you would like to use those as well.

SPOILER!!: Creatures housed inside The Reptile Room

Albino Ball Python - Amie, Male, Five feet long, Four pounds {Professor Paton's Familiar, Non magical}
Snow Paradox Kenyan Sand Boa - Circe, Female {Melody Paton's, Non magical}
Rosy Boa- Sass, Female {Vera Thanatos', Non magical}
Strawberry Snow Corn Snake - Sherbert, Female {Vesper Thanatos, Non Magical}
The Blue Eyed Leucistic - Aspen , Female {Sage Ransom-Kruus', Non magical}
Rojos' Reticulating Premio Python - Grows up to five feet. If bitten by one you gain the power of luck. Its venom works like Liquid Luck. The effects last seven days. However once the seven days are up the bitten victim always falls extremely ill.
Sandaker Shrieking Slither - A snake/lizard. It has one pair of legs that it uses to drag itself across the ground but its tail helps it to swim. They eat Lacewing flies and their scales are used in certain potions that are intended to give one temporary intelligence. It shrieks whenever it gets frightened or upset.
Songsnake - Jafaar from Term 61 Lesson named by Rajesh Atreyu-Rehman. A small and mostly harmless snake that emits faint music from time to time
Songsnake - Emma from Term 61 Lesson named by Maria Kingstonsdottir Dolph. A small and mostly harmless snake that emits faint music from time to time.

Chilayan Fire Dragon - Looks like a Komodo dragon but it breaths and it has a light sky blue mane. It can grow to be up to seven feet long.
Karma Chameleon - Benjee from Term 61 Lesson named by Jude Anders. A magical chameleon that mirrors its handler's attitude and emotional energy.
Moke - Minnie from Term 61 Lesson named by Desiree Marchand. A small lizard that grows up to ten inches long and has the ability to shrink at will.
Luminescent Lizard - A lizard that glows.
Golden Year Gecko - A gecko that is born silver and turns gold with age.
Firedrakes - Small flying lizards with long antennae, though they do not breathe fire but rather emit sparks from the ends of their tails.

Amazonian Salamander - Bruno from Term 63 Lesson named by Desiree Marchand
Fire Salamander - Hades from Term 63 Lesson named by Desiree Marchand
Frost Salamander - Elsa from Term 63 Lesson named by Desiree Marchand
Peruvian Salamander - Pepa from Term 63 Lesson named by Desiree Marchand
Many other unnamed Salamanders from the same lesson!

Hiroko's Tortoise - 350 lbs, can live up to 350 years. When it pulls its head and legs into its shell it disappears.
Tortoise Turtle - A creature that causes complete confusion by morphing between a tortoise form and turtle form every so often, so that no one is quite sure how to classify it other than as both.