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    Default New additions! not-so-great pics

    These just got here, and I apologize in advance for the not-so-great pictures that totally dont do these snakes justice. Snakes move around alot more then geckos, and I suck at taking pictures of them hahaha.

    I got 1.1 caulker cays, which, are SO CUTE, with those big eyes!







    I also got 1.0 argentine boa, who is more beautiful then I could have hoped for, I am hopefully going to make it 1.1 argentines very soon LOOK AT THAT PINK!



    Enjoy the pics! theyre also way too big for my gecko-picture-taking-setup haha.


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    SWEET!!!
    (man if those are bad pics... you're to hard on your self)

    That is some great pink on that Argentine!
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    thanks, they have really great temperments too. I am super excited to have them.


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    Wow, GORGEOUS!
    3.6.3 Crested Geckos
    0.0.1 Bearded dragon
    0.2.0 Marbled Crayfish
    0.0.1 Axolotl
    1.1.0 Cats (Lightbulb and Paperclip)

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    Thanks, I love the more "unusual" looking boas, both of these will darken up CONSIDERABLY, the caulker cays are dwarf island boas, that should stay pretty small.


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    DAHHHHHHHHHH! JEALOUS!!!!!!!!! Awesome snakes, Tamara! If I can ask, who did you get them from? Thanks for sharing!
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    Congrats on your newest acquisition. Caulker cays are awesome and I appreciate the dwarfs especially after cleaning multiple cages of their larger cousins!

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    I got them from Gus at riobravoreptiles.com he has some truely fantastic animals..

    Since I was taking pictures of snakes, I decided to pull out THIS little lady [actually produced by me]











    she was just looking so cute, i couldnt resist.


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    I loooove the argentine's-- they're so beautiful.

    Is that last one (produced by you) a Dumeril? I've never seen so much pink on one! It's absoloutley stunning.
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    Yes it is! She has already lost quite a bit since she was born, and should loose more as she gets older, i WISH she kept that color hahaha. I love argentines too, and I am so excited to finally have one.


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