Our second photo contest has been a success so far! This month’s contest beat the March Photo Contest in terms of submissions and I expect we will beat the number of votes as well. Voting will be open from April 8th, 8am Eastern time to April 15th at 12PM Eastern.

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Photo Contest Contestants

Here are our contestants. Please select your favorite and place your vote in the poll below. Contestants, be sure to let friends and family know you need their vote! Go ahead and post on forums, your website, and email! Photos are in order of submissions, the first photo listed is the first submitted and so on.

#1: Strike a pose! by Matt Large aka hybrid

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#2: Those Eyes by Kasey Kimberly

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#3: Confident Mistress by Cameron Ramsey

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#4: Mack Super Snow Tremper by Thorsten Schmidt

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#5: Cuddling by Cyndi

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#6: I Gotcha!!!! Tastes like Cricket! by Brandon

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#7: Mack Super Snow Las Vegas Patternless Albino by Björn Schnieder

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#8: Caught in the Act! by Jon

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#9: April Babies by Jess Butler

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#10: So Smug… by Derek Clawson

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#11: Biting the Tongue by Edgar Galvan

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#12: Magnum by Ryan Dougherty

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#13: Smile 🙂 by Emily Spreitzer

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#14: “Big Eyes” by Jake Schoen

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#15: Stare Down by Kevin Squires

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#16: Checking the gecko boards… by Lare hardy

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#17: Fay the Leachie by Chris Smith

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#18: Do I need some eyeliner? by Jessie Rankin

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#19: male tokay gecko by John Woodward

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#20: Sphaerodactylus luecaster by Daniel Scantlebury

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#21: Merlin by Garland Depew

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#22: Mafia by Norman Celis

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#23: He’s meant for picture taking.! by Melyssa

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#24: Crested Stare by Andrew Mungall

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#25: Will you be my friend? by Kelly Roccamo

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#26: Smile! by Hayden

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#27: beazzilbub by Dan Kemp

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#28: Spunk, in black & white by Heather Shutt

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#29: Lola the Leopard Gecko- My Little Lizard by Jackie

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#30: Tasty by Daidra Salyers

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#31: Pumpkin by Emily Conner

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Place your vote

Please select your favorite and place your vote below. One vote per person, please. We’re watching :).
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I've been keeping odd pets since I was 14, keeping and breeding a variety of species from viper geckos to poison dart frogs. Now living in Georgia, working in online advertising.

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