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Eresh
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Eresh

Female Join date : 2012-10-06
Location : Space Coast, Florida

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PostSubject: New critters   New critters EmptySun Aug 18, 2013 10:03 am

Anyone else keep snakes? We went to the Daytona reptile expo yesterday and got my daughter her first snake (ball python). She named him Sasha.
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We also got another blood python. He doesn't have a name yet.
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This is the blood python we already had. Her name is Noodles.
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chaseandcaitlyn
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chaseandcaitlyn

Female Join date : 2011-12-30
Location : Northern Indiana

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PostSubject: Re: New critters   New critters EmptyMon Oct 07, 2013 1:29 pm

We used to have ball pythons and red tail boas when I was younger. The pythons were all pretty mellow snakes. Yours are both beautiful! My husband, Chase, is into lizards instead of snakes though so we now have a bearded dragon named Mojo.
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TwisterII
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TwisterII

Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: New critters   New critters EmptyMon Oct 07, 2013 1:48 pm

Their markings are beautiful. My husband is bothered by snakes so I won't be getting any soon. My cousin had a red tail boa growing up. she got to be around 6 ft long before he had to give her up to someone who could afford to cage her. We used to trap wild pack rats to feed to her until she became too scared of the pack rats to eat them. Poor Liz, I never thought I would see the day a snake of, at the time, 4.5ft bail out of the top of the tank in order to avoid what was supposed to be dinner. To be fair pack rats are more aggressive and skilled than pet store rats. Maybe we should have worked her up to those slowly.

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Hughie
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Hughie

Join date : 2013-04-17
Location : South East Wisconsin!

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PostSubject: Re: New critters   New critters EmptyMon Oct 07, 2013 8:01 pm

I literally watch every single snake show I can to learn all I need to know to avoid them. I'm just not a snake person, not sure why but I'm just not. I also have nothing against people who have snakes as long as they do not try to cure me of my phobia by having me touch or hold there snake.
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techigirl78

Female Join date : 2013-06-26
Location : Wisconsin

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PostSubject: Re: New critters   New critters EmptyTue Oct 08, 2013 9:01 am

I like the blood python a lot. I have a ball python and have for about 10 years now. Would like green tree pythons at some point, but have to buy a bigger house.
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