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REPTILES magazine and ReptilesMagazine.com welcome feedback from our readers and online visitors. 

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Write to us: REPTILES, 3 Burroughs, Irvine, CA 92618

You must include your full name, city and state for all submissions. A daytime phone number is helpful but optional. If you are sending a question for one of our columnists, please include the column name.

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You can email us at reptiles@i5publishing.com

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Mailbag – Questions, comments and article/photo queries for the REPTILES staff.
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Magazine Questions:

For magazine questions, please be sure to include as much information about your herp (such as temperature, diet, lighting, etc.) as possible. This information helps columnists answer your questions. In all cases, be specific about the herp species you keep.

Due to the volume of magazine submissions, there is no guarantee that all questions will be answered. Columnists may respond personally, but this also is not a guarantee; we suggest checking future issues of the magazine in case our columnists answered your question in the magazine. Correspondence that appears in the magazine may be edited for length and clarity.

If you have an ill animal, we urge you to seek immediate help. Although it is good to post something on the ReptilesMagazine Forums to seek advice from fellow herpkeepers, please consult with a local veterinarian. Do not delay treatment for your herp while waiting for a possible response to your e-mail. Although we forward questions to our columnists, the answer may not come quickly enough to save your herp.

 

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