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    say hello to Lou, a 6 year old blood python i am watching for a co-worker. he's a got a little retained shed still on his head & snout in these photos.




    -jULIE-
    forget zoo, i'm feeding a small army
    Black Ink Reptiles

  • #2
    Very nice Guy!!!
    Crestopia Reptiles
    http://crestopiareptiles.webs.com/

    8.20.34.43 Crested Geckos, 2.2.0.4 Gargoyle Geckos, 0.2.0 Leachies, 2.0.1 Pictus Geckos, 0.1 AKSB, 0.0.1 RETF, 1.2.0 Dogs

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    • #3
      Ooo la la very nice, I bet you aren't going to want to return him
      ~Christa~
      Avalon Reptiles

      " If all the beasts were gone man would die from loneliness of spirit... for whatever happens to the beast, happens to the man" -Chief Seattle-

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      • #4
        He's a hot guy! love him! (random-i really like your hair, too!)
        Christy
        4.8.6 crested geckos
        1.0.0 husband
        (JordanM: with too many blood pythons and eggs to count)
        0.1.0 Princess Lorissa
        Jordan Mullen's Blood Pythons
        Don't panic, I have my towel.

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        • #5
          Nice snake, but he needs a shed box and higher humidity.
          Is he always that dark?
          1.2.0 NASTY Burms * 7.27.0 Ball Pythons * 4.12.0 JCP * 2.4.0 Corns * 2.2.0 RTBs * 1.1.0 BRBs * 0.1.0 ATB * 5.12.7 Crested Geckos * 0.0.1 Eastern Blue Tongue Skink * 4.9.10 Leopard Geckos * 1.1.0 Pueblan Milk Snakes * 0.1.0 Eastern King * 1.0.0 Leucistic Texas Ratsnake * 0.1.0 Sumatran Blood Python

          WARNING: Unattended children will be given espresso and a free puppy!

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          • #6
            Nice looking blood! Soak him for a bit (I usually do it overnight) and that shed should come right off!
            Jordan Mullen
            Available Blood Pythons 08's
            Available Blood Pythons 09's

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            • #7
              nice, yet super dark! how long are you taking care of him for?

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              • #8
                How is the temperament of that beast?
                It's a popcorn season!

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                • #9
                  how long are you taking care of him for?
                  at least a few more months. he's pretty easy going, just a space hog

                  How is the temperament of that beast?
                  great actually. head shy and huffs a little when first taken out, but overall, he's like a sack o' potatoes.
                  -jULIE-
                  forget zoo, i'm feeding a small army
                  Black Ink Reptiles

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