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    Default Really excited, new baby arriving next week.

    I will be receiving my very first snake next week. I always wanted one, but the "issue" of feeding mice always made me change my decision. For some reason now I am more pen about it, and very excited that I made this decision, the little cute is 6 months old, and I will name it Aritana, named after a very famous indian chief from a tribe from Brazil.

    It will be a boa. Anyone that can guess what kind of snake will get a free crestie...well not really but...it will be fun to see who can guess it right.
    I will be posting pictures of him next week when he arrives.

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    I'll do an easy guess hah, Red Tail Boa.
    "I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message."-Steve Irwin​

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    boa constrictor!
    1.0.1 crestie
    0.1.1 garg
    1.0. bearded dragon
    0.1 emperor scorpion

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    Congrats! I also say Boa c. Constrictor.

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    Congrats! I was a bit put off by feeding mice at first too, I have a lot of pet rodents and I didn't think I'd have it in me! It's not as bad as I imagined it to be though. (I feed f/t, btw)
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    1.1.0 E. agricolae

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    Brazillian Rainbow Boa?
    Rosario's Reptiles: Project Creamy Things...target 2012 season
    3.8 Ciliatus, 1.2 Guttata, and 1.2 Felis Catus.

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    kenyan sand boa

    and congrats! I know it can be sad feeding mice/rats. You really desensitize yourself to a lot, taking care of reptiles. My parents can't even stand me feeding crickets. Just make sure (obviously) that you use f/t. Enjoy your boa! I prefer boas over pythons, myself, and over colubrids also... so I think you're making the right choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oo3menace View Post
    Brazillian Rainbow Boa?
    Or maybe a caulkers cay if you're into that sort of thing. (dwarfs LOL)
    Rosario's Reptiles: Project Creamy Things...target 2012 season
    3.8 Ciliatus, 1.2 Guttata, and 1.2 Felis Catus.

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    And the winner is...tan tah rah taaaah.......







































    oo3menace

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    I got my new baby from Dave Colling at Rainbow R Us.
    He is a het hypo and very cute from what i can tell looking at the pictures Dave posted on his website.




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