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Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
08-09-2012, 10:38 AM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
(07-31-2012, 07:39 PM)Thor Wrote: Awesome photo you have there, Army. I absolutely love this shot too! So adorable! She is like a sleeping baby with a big head. Wink

Thanks! She pretty much is a baby in my book. This is so far my favorite picture of her Smile

@Pugskjj: Scar sounds like a pretty cool dude, haha good for him! That's great that he's getting a little better.
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12-17-2012, 08:05 PM, (This post was last modified: 12-17-2012, 08:16 PM by SereneScales.)
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
God, Fishbone! those are some gorgeous carpets!

First up is my little baby Nano. A cute little normal female BCI
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Second is my male hypo double-het sunglow BCI Juju
It was warm out down here in GA so used the heat and light to my advantage to get a good picture
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third is my new male anery bci from Ben Siegel, which will be delivered soon!
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Fourth is my male mojave ball python, who is a bit underweight in pic due to feeding strike =I
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Hope you enjoyed my ever growing zoo of snakes!
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12-20-2012, 07:43 PM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
Gotta love it when they go on strike for the winter, lol... Make sure to show us some fresh pics of the anery when you get him! BTW, just out of my random curiosity, not that it matters, but is that actually from Ben, or from Stacey? Or do you have any idea what I'm talking about?
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12-20-2012, 09:19 PM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
Not sure, I just know I won it in his auctions lol
The new little fella came in, and like you asked. Here he is!
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02-28-2013, 09:47 AM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
Brand new to the reptile pet world (well sorta). Back story is I did have a little desert lizard and a couple salamanders when I was a kid, so I guess I have a little tiny bit of experience.

I am 42 and just got my first snake this week. I spent 3 weeks doing research on the subject of good first snakes and was drawn to the smaller Corn/King/Milk snakes (Colubridae). Part of this was due to the fact that my wife is very unfamiliar with snakes and the Boa / Python route may have been "too much snake" for a first one.

I found that Kings tend to be a little more nippy than the Corn or Milks, so I narrowed my search to Corns and Milks. I found that even though some say that Milks are more difficult than Corns, I was just too drawn to the look of the Milks. On Monday I found the perfect little 6 month old Tangerine Honduran Milk Snake (L. t. hondurensis). He is a good eater (per prior owner) and I can say that he certainly is, as yesterday he ate 2 pinkies with no issue at all. Before he was fed yesterday, I was able to handle him for 5-10 minutes and he is a calm customer. He just hung out on my hand and sniffed around a bit. He wasn't too jumpy and seems to be very use to handling.

Anyway, since this is a picture thread, here are a couple of Javi.


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02-28-2013, 05:19 PM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
I would say that is a great first snake! First, because they are relatively hardy and calm animals, and second, and most important really, you like him! And not to get overly scientific, but all milk snakes are kingsnakes. A kingsnake is any species in the genus Lampropeltis. Milk snakes are subspecies of Lampropeltis tringulum. Either way, he is beautiful! I'd move him up from pinkies though, they are very low in nutrition. He looks big enough for fuzzies, maybe even hoppers.

If you have any questions feel free to ask, I'd love to help, I've been keeping snakes for over 25 years.
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12-01-2013, 09:14 PM,
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
Hello! I'm new here but I'm very excited about reptiles and animals in general. Big Grin I've had a ball python buddy for over two years now, he's 5 years old and very cuddly. His name is Celestius, or Celly

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Sorry for the grainy quality. The lighting is bad in our room and if we're out of the tank he's zooooooming all over Smile
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01-26-2014, 04:00 PM,
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I'm not sure where amphibians fall, so I'll just post here Tongue

This is Froggie, my red-legged walking frog (?). I also have another frog and a tadpole, but they don't photograph as well as she does Smile

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01-06-2016, 10:25 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-06-2016, 10:26 AM by Chevy.)
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RE: Show off your reptile pet(s) here!
I don't know how to post a picture, but I have two 8 foot red tail boas, two yellow belly sliders and also African Dwarf frogs. It all started when I got my turtles when I was 13. My boyfriend has a banded California king snake, a spiny softshell, and a leopard gecko. Hopefully soon I'll be getting a crested gecko and within 2 years I'll be getting a black throat monitor (as soon as I go through moving houses).
PS if someone could help with the posting pictures delimma, it would be greatly appreciated.
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