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    I figured I should post some pictures of all of my lovely snakes. Right now, the snakes are more my focus than the Geckos are. This changes a lot though, depending on the season So here it goes! Right now I have 15 snakes total, with at least 1 on the way.

    Kenyan Sand Boas

    Count Chocula, 112 gram Ghost (Hypo Anery) Male



    Boo Berry, 300+/- gram 100% Het Anery Female. Breeding with Count Chocula now!


    chowing on a pinky.


    Sir Grapefellow, 14 gram Paradox Snow Male.



    Crazy Cow aka Moo, 17.1 gram Anery 66% Het Paradox Albino (Snow) Female.




    Baron von Redberry, 95 gram Stripe Male.


    Lounging with Yummy Mummy and Franken Berry.


    to be continued... (reached picture limit!)
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    Yummy Mummy, 300+/- gram 100% Het Albino Female.



    Franken Berry, 350+/- gram Flame Female.

    She's sweet, but has the feeding response of a retic. Need a hook to get her out but once she's out she's good!


    Honey Bunny, 15 gram Paradox Albino 100% Het Anery (Snow) Female.



    Ball Pythons

    Randal, my first Ball. He's the biggest male I've seen topping out at over 60" and 2500+ grams. He is a normal and I got him as a baby in 2000.


    Belome, Reduced Pattern 1500+ gram Female. Currently gravid, due to lay 3/7 (earliest).

    looking huge and gravid.



    Velvet, 200+/- gram Dinker Female.




    Thardus, 400+/- gram Mojave Male.



    to be continued, yet again!
    Abigail McDufford
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    Enigma, 200 gram Dinker Male.




    Wadjet, 120+/- gram Pastel Female.



    Sahasrahla, 200 gram Spider 66% Het Ghost Female.




    and while I'm at it, here are pictures of my racks.

    As you can see, the white rack on the top right is being used for storage of junk right now, lol. I just finished building the hatchling rack today! And the others are from Reptile Basics, Animal Plastics and Nature's Spirit.
    Abigail McDufford
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    Literally lol, as I was reading the names of the sand boas. Cute XD


    [ 2.0 Kitteh ][ 1.1 Corn Snake ][ 0.1 Crested Gecko ][ 1.0 Gargoyle Gecko ][ 1.0 Ball Python ][ 1.0 Costa Rican BCI ][ 0.1 Leopard Gecko ][ 0.1 IJ Jag Carpet Python ]

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    You have beautiful snakes!! Love the pics
    1.0 Bearded Dragon (Ollie)
    2.2 Corn Snakes (August, Ninja, Vanha, Liam)
    0.1 Black Milk Snake (Skatha)

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxe View Post
    Literally lol, as I was reading the names of the sand boas. Cute XD
    LOL, thanks! Themes make things a lot easier, and Count Chocula just started the whole cereal thing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmJagsz View Post
    You have beautiful snakes!! Love the pics
    Thank you!
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    Beautiful! I need to go read up on kenyan sand boas now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sungmina View Post
    Beautiful! I need to go read up on kenyan sand boas now!
    Thank you and the KSB's are very easy! and cute, lol.
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    All are beautiful-- and lovely, graphic pictures! Haha. Awesome. I was happy to see your KSBs. By the way, I think you swayed me to the KSB side when I was trying to decide what kind of snake to get, so sooner or later I will be picking one of these guys up. Just need to decide on a morph. Your red one is interesting. Do you have any other pics of him anywhere?
    Currently working with R. ciliatus

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