Some new snake pics

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  1. Kayla

    Kayla New Member

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    I took a whole bunch of pics of my scaley pets for anyone intrested.

    This is Tara, my 18 month old Jungle Carpet Python

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    Her cage

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    My 4 year old Ball Python, Starburst in blue eyed stage ( they go temporarly blind or well almost blind right before they shed)

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    I have alot more but never got around to taking pics of everyone.

    Cheers
    Kayla
     
  2. iheartsammy

    iheartsammy ME+DOGS=CRAZY

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    nice snakes! what kidna tank is your bp in?

    anyway, great pics! can't wait for more!

    Here's a pic of my red tail boa.. he's a boa constrictor impactor (bci)...took this awhile ago, so he's grown
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    here he is in his tank..
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    and of course.. a classic feeding pic.. :D
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  3. Kase

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    Oh wow beautiful pics!
     
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    Squidbert Scum scum scum scum..SCUM

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    What beauties! That carpet python is stunning! :)
     
  5. jess2416

    jess2416 Who woulda thought

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    Those are great pics :D :D

    I would love to see more :D
     
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    Squidbert Scum scum scum scum..SCUM

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    Yup yup.. me too! :)
     
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    lakotasong Sled Dog Guardian

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    Oooh I love the pictures!! Beautiful critters. I will have to take more pictures of my Black Rat Snake to add to the thread.
     
  8. Kayla

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    Really cute columbian boa. I had one for ahwile that I was rehoming for a friend, really gorgous snake but he has a horrible temperment and was a very unpredictable biter unfortunatly but luckily he was an exception as most boas I've ever met where very stable tempered.

    As for her cage I guess it would be a 45 gal I more go by deminsions of the cage ( this one is 3' by 12'' by 18'')

    Would love to see some pics of your Black rat snake too.

    I post a few more of my guys.

    This is my 2 and a half year old Coastal X Irian Jaya Carpet Python Kaipo, which is Haiwan for Sweetheart because I don't think he knows he's a snake as he's the sweetest boy in the world. He's only 6 feet now but should be around 8 feet when fully grown.

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    Him all stretched out ( has grown since)

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    Both of us

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    His cage ( measures 6' by 30'' by 30'')

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    And then lastly my two cornsnakes, Nicky and Craxy
     
  9. Kayla

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    Craxy playing peekaboo

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    In her cage ( just a bit of background info is believed to be wild caught as she came from a local store here which is netorous for selling W/C heavily infested and sometimes illegal animals. She was purchased as a pet by an ill informed friend a few years back who no longer wanted her because she was aggressive, which was mainly from being handled to roughly and has since calmed down is quite the sweet lady)

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    Nicky, who was my first pet snake that my mom got for me 5 years ago for christmas when I was 12.

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    His cage (Nicky, Craxy's and Taras cage is one big stacking unit)

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    Kayla
     
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    Gorgeous! I love snakes!

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    iheartsammy ME+DOGS=CRAZY

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    :yikes: there beautiful!!!

    I want some more snakes.but I have to wait till I move! I think I might get a ball python, perferably (sp?) a piebald..

    have you been to kingsnake.com? that place is my heaven..:eek:
     
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    eeewwwww
     
  13. Kayla

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    Omg if only I could afford a piedball!!! Their still 5 grand or so CDN here, I usually go on reptilescanada.com since I'm in Canada and most of the members on their are more local in that sense. Awww squirtsmom you really can't say their gross until you see a perfectly tame and handable one, their actually not slimy at all and are great to have around the yard as

    1) They keep mice and rat populations in check

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    2) all you need to do to prevent you or your loved ones from being bit by both nonvenomous and venomous snakes is to teach your kids and family members that when you see a wildsnake to simply get up and go inside, 90% of venomous bites occur from morons trying to kill them, and yes even if you do decpiatate the poor defenceless animal they can still bite you as the nerves are still active and their have been people sent to the hospital after doing such a thing

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    3) on average 2-5 people actually die a year from snake bites, 90% of which occur during an attempt to kill them or by people who are intoxicated and want to try and catch it.

    Just a bit of positive snake info for anyone who sees one in the yard, also it's important to note that many venomous snakes are protected by law so you shouldn't be trying to kill any of them period.

    Kayla
     
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