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Discussion in 'Vertebrate Pet Talk' started by IamKrush, Jan 16, 2017.

  1. IamKrush

    IamKrush Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Sig my male ballpython image.jpeg image.jpeg Lucía Colombian Redtail boa image.jpeg image.jpeg
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    Enn49 Moderator Staff Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Lovely snakes. I do miss my boas.
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    IamKrush Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thank you! The boa is still younger not even a year yet:)
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    lovely looking snakes and seeing your ball python makes me miss mine
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    IamKrush Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thank you! I'm working on getting a brazilain rainbow boa once it warms up here.
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    Very nice.:)
    Snakes are awesome.
    The BRB is beautiful. Good choice as a next snake.
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    IamKrush Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thanks! Id love to order it now. But its not good for the snake or my wallet at this time. Haha
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    LoL Yeah, I can sure understand how that is.
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    Gorgeous snakes! I plan on getting a corn snake in the future. :)
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    IamKrush Well-Known Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    Thank you! Nice, Are you going to get a normal or a different morph? I got curious and checked them out there's alot of different ones out there
    http://iansvivarium.com/morphs/
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    Oh my, so many morphs :D I kinda like the Hypo Cinder but I don't think I would be able to find that one where I live, only order it online maybe. Still need to convince my fiance to get one or consider finding a new fiance :p lmao
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    When I first bred corn snakes there were only 4 morphs available, normal, anery, amel and not so common snows, now I believe there are over 600 morphs. I still love the beautiful colours of the normals though.
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    I didn't realize there was so many either. Makes me kinda want one myself now,haha! I'm not to familar with them.i know they dont get to big and arent a defensive species, of coarse there's always a variable where one could be a bit more moody. Hopefully you will be be able to get one.
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    Oh wow! That's a big jump. I've only seen the normals. Since thats all the pet stores have by me and I havent been to a expo that had many corns. Mostly it was ballpythons and Leopard geckos,lol. It wasnt big one just a small local one that unfortunately Didn't work out to keep going on .
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    One of the main reasons I like them is their size :) I hope I'll be able to get one too, thanks :)
    My family isn't a T or snake lover but as a kid I had a wild caught grass snake. The cutest little thing :)
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    Its unfortunate Ts and snakes catch a bad break and arent liked as much as say a kitten or puppy by alot people. But ive noticed people who say they dont like them. It's generally to lack of knowledge . I used to try and catch wild snakes. But i started to feel bad because i was probably stressing and scaring them since they dont understand I mean no harm to them. So now I just photograph my encounters with them in nature.
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    Agreed. It is stressful for them but I didn't realize that right away.
    You got those pictures posted somewhere? :)
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    That's because no one wants them any more so pet stores can pick them up dirt cheap.
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    I'll have to look, they are mixed up in my social media accounts. I should really be more organized with them. also Lost alot due to phones breaking on me . didnt see much reptiles this past year unfortunately. Mostly have flowers or wild mushrooms on this phone,haha. But I do have a photo of a snapping turtle i ran into. image.jpeg
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    I try not to support block petstores. Idk how it is over in the uk, but here there's reports of alot of the animals they get the supplier. The supplier doesnt treat the animals well.
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