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    Default Northern Pine Snake

    This is my new little guy, Maynard:





    The exact species is Pituophis Deppei Jani.
    1.0.0 Bearded Dragons (Jack)
    2.3.3 Crested Geckos (Stubble, Lucia, Nubble, Jakalope, Brick, Killswitch, Engage)
    1.2.3 Gargoyle Geckos (Lexington, Bronx, Broadway, Brooklyn, Hudson, Iago)
    1.0.0 Leachianus (Grimlock)
    0.0.1 Northern Pine Snake (Maynard)
    4.2.0 Cats (Nanners, Waldo, Weiland, Rillers, Piggy & Moo)

    Rhacs are like Jello, there's always room for more!

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    I just bought my husband a pair of those for his birthday. As babies, they are ok but the adults are stunning. I can't wait till our grow and get their colors. Have fun with him(or her).
    Suzanne
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    0.2 Gargoyle Gecko
    1.0 Bearded Dragon
    1.1 cats
    1.1 dogs
    1.2 humans, subadults
    1.0 husband with 30+snakes

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    Haha, I looked at this expecting a Pituophis m. melanoleucus. You probably already knew this, but if not, P d. jani is the Northern Mexican Pine. I think the mexican pines look much nicer than the ones around here anyway.

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    Very cool snake!!!!!!!!!!!!
    John Barkowski
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    Unless we act now to stop illegal trade, we will eventually find only a dust bowl, emptied of all its forests and animals.

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    Congrats on your newest addition. He is very cute! I have never kept any Northern Pines, but they always have intrigued me.

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    Real nice. I love pits. I have a bull snake and an Applegate Sandiego gopher. Now I have to get a pine one day.

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