CrotaulsKids "pets"

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  1. CrotalusKid

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    These are some of the creatures I hold dear to my heart. they are all older pictures and I am looking forward to getting a camera and updating them all!
     

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    #2 DerAdlerIstGelandet, Jan 11, 2010
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    Beautiful snakes! I too am a snake fan.

    At the moment I only have one snake, a Ball Python. When I was living back in the States, I had a Red Tailed Colombian Boa, Ball Python and Burmese Python. I have never kept any venomous snakes, but I used to catch Timber Rattlesnakes in N. Carolina quite a bit, and have some experience with Eastern Diamondbacks in Alabama.
     
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    Thanks Alder! Timbers are one of my favorites. They sure can be hard to find here in Oklahoma though. I like the big guys too! Though not so big, I'm considering getting a Carpet python soon. I figure I need something that can be held!
     
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    They have a nice Carpet for sale here in my town. The Burmese Python that I owned was about 10ft when I had to leave her behind. The Boa was only about 6ft and the Ball Pythons are pretty small usually getting nor more than 5ft.

    Here are some pics of my current Ball Python:

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    Yeah me too
    any idea what they cost per square metre? :)
     
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    That's a good looking Ball python, Alder. It looks well taken care of and as happy as a snake can be!

    That's too funny colin!
     
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    Very nice mate. Though, I myself prefer to keep mammals as pets instead of reptiles... :)
    What's the name of your pet dog?
     
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    Her name is "Puppy"!
    I took too long figuring out a name for the girl while calling her Puppy in the meantime. She learned Puppy and it stuck. Oh well, I don't think she minds!
     
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