A short corn snake update

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  1. maxfox426

    maxfox426 My dog tickles my soul

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    It's been a while since I've shared any pics of my corn snake crew. I'm up to seven now. :)

    It was warm today, so I took them outside for a photoshoot. It got a little overcast here and there, but overall I think it was a successful event.

    Here's one picture of each. :D (Listed in the order that I acquired them.)


    Reggie
    2008 Classic (male)
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    Una
    2009 Tessera (female)
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    Tael
    2009 Banded Miami (male)
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    Tippy
    2010 Classic Stripe (female)
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    Celia
    2007 Classic (female)
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    Juju
    2010 Hypo Cinder (male)
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    Envy
    2009 Cinder (female)
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    Thanks for looking!




    PS: Some you may remember Tatl (Tael's sister). Sadly, she passed away in January due to some kind of genetic defect. :( We miss her.
     
  2. Brattina88

    Brattina88 Active Member

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    Send me Tippy :rofl1: lol!
    I'll have to live in my car... but seriously...
    You have beautiful snakes! :D
     
  3. Izzy's Valkyrie

    Izzy's Valkyrie Very Food Agressive

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    Great looking snakes :) Love the cinders but I'm a grey lover.
     
  4. maxfox426

    maxfox426 My dog tickles my soul

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    You can't haz! :p

    And thank you. :D



    Thanks!

    I have always preferred the orange/colorful snakes, and generally still do. However, the Cinders really speak to me for some reason. They are the only gray snakes that really stand out to me. :)
     

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