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My two BP boys....

Discussion in 'Snakes' started by Meg90, Dec 19, 2008.

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  1. Meg90

    Meg90 Active Member 10 Year Member! 5 Year Member

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    These are my two boys...Gimli (normal colored and 100% het for Piebald) and
    my spider, yet unnamed...

    Gimli is just over two years, and my little spider is alittle over 4 months.

    (I didn't even brighten these photos w/ photoshop...and they were taken through the glass...)
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    Nice looking snakes!
    Just keep an eye on them, like almost everything else reptilian snakes tend to do best by themselves ;)
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    Meg90 Active Member 10 Year Member! 5 Year Member

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    that's what I hear, but in petstores, babies are housed together and they do vary a bit in size...when I first housed them together, I kept an eye out for a prob (I've had them together for months now...since before school started) and the day I got them, they were sharing a hide, intertwined with each other.

    I call em brothers, even though they're not. Both eat fine (though the spider resisted f/t at first) and I have not had a health issue with them since purchase. Both were from a breeder I have known for years...since I was still in middle school.
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    Nice looking pythons, Meg. I particularly like the pattern on the Spider. A friend of mine breeds Ball Pythons and I almost picked-up a Pinstripe, but my Star tortoises became available and trumped it, lol ;)

    Be well
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