Thought I would share a pic of a little 2011 Jungle carpet python I took last night while cleaning. This is Saffron. She is really starting to yellow up! I love watching these guys colour up as they grow. I think she is going to be stunning
(05-26-2012, 02:38 AM)Fishbone Wrote: It's a new smaller forum, aimed at all pets, and we need a good cham keeper What other babies do you have?
well, i just got rid of the last of my clutch of jackson's :/ i think i may have some photos on my home computer :p but i also have 2 females, and one of which is pregnant those pictures are on my home computer as well :p (im at school right now lol) i used to keep other chams but traded them for my jackson's. us chameleon keepers like to trade projects from time to time :p and as you already know ill be getting a pair of leos, and possibly some crested geckos in the next few weeks
05-28-2012, 12:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-28-2012, 12:59 PM by Fishbone.)
A few newer pics of a pair of 2011 carpet python intergrades I have. They are 75% jungle carpet, Morelia spilota cheynei, and 25% coastal carpet, Morelia spilota mcdowelli.
The first is the female, Kali. She is a little feisty at times, but calming down nicely now. She is close to a shed cycle, so she is a little dull. If she gains a good amount of yellow she should be beautiful.
This is her brother, Indra. He is a jaguar. And he is an angry little bugger. But he looks to be beautiful. And I very much like his eyes.
The tip was flickering quickly, and is kind of a blur. I need a better camera. I love the colour of the carpet python tongues and mouths. That purple tongue kills me.
One more pic. This is two tiny little 18 day old geckos, that I think I am going to keep.
I took a pic of my female bredls python, Morelia bredli, the other day and thought I would share. They are a very underrated snake for a pet, very calm and docile, and very easy to care for. I'm going to get some better pictures of both of my bredls outside after their next sheds.
Is scar young? He looks so little for an iguana! But that's awesome that he's fine even with a handicap. I'm learning that reptiles are such good sports about those types of things.
And, I know I've posted pictures of Kaiah before on the forums, but not on this thread; besides, I absolutely love this shot of her. She's kind of in that awkward phase that is shedding, so her facial colors are rather dull here. But she's way too cute anyway, haha.
Thanks! I think I've had her for around three months. She's grown two inches since I got her and at last measure was pushing 13; I still don't have a UVB lamp (but the good news is that I am MUCH closer to getting one. As in, as soon as school books are out of the way, I will acquire one). And yes, beardies are so cute when they're sleeping! Haha I might be a bit biased on beardies though, I think they're really adorable no matter what they do.
(07-31-2012, 01:59 PM)ArmyOfDreams Wrote: And, I know I've posted pictures of Kaiah before on the forums, but not on this thread; besides, I absolutely love this shot of her. She's kind of in that awkward phase that is shedding, so her facial colors are rather dull here. But she's way too cute anyway, haha. http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s86/t...eping1.jpg
Awesome photo you have there, Army. I absolutely love this shot too! So adorable! She is like a sleeping baby with a big head.
(07-31-2012, 01:59 PM)ArmyOfDreams Wrote: Is scar young? He looks so little for an iguana! But that's awesome that he's fine even with a handicap. I'm learning that reptiles are such good sports about those types of things.
Scar's age is actually unknown, but that picture makes him look small. Including his tail he is around 5 feet, he was scrawny when I got him (the day this picture was taken) and he has not only fattened up nicely, but he is using his "bad" right foot more now! He has a lot of strength returning and can scamper quickly back to his room when he sneaks out and the dogs catch him