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Old 04-18-17, 06:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Another snake

Oh god... Snake keeping is seriously like a disease at this point. You get one snake, then two snakes, red snake, blue snake. Basically, I went to the pet store and saw another snake. The little noodle was just so cute that I couldn't pass it up. So I now have a Kenyan Sand Boa. I'll upload pics later today.
Also, on a side note, is there a blue snake? If so, I want one!
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Old 04-18-17, 06:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What about this little noodle. I'm sure it's very handleable


But congrats on the sand boa! You might never see them, but you end up living them all the same.
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Congrats on the new pickup! As for a blue snake, San Francisco garters come to mind
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This one may not be the best to get tagged by, but definitely one of my favourites when it comes to blue snakes

I have just uploaded these images:
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Congrats on the new pickup! As for a blue snake, San Francisco garters come to mind
Yeah those are lovely Garters too bad can't own one in the US.
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Old 04-18-17, 07:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Here's the pics I promised. My gf is holding the little noodle. We've decided to name it Taco since I snuck it into the house in a taco bell bag. :P And yes, my mother knows I have the snake. Just don't tell my dad...
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Good lookin' snake!
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Some Puget garter snakes are a beautiful blue.
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Thanks for the suggestions about the blue snake. Also, I definitely don't want those danger noodles XD I'd definitely get tagged.
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Some Morelia viridis (green tree python) localities show a lot of blue and the contrast against the green is startling.

Not the easiest snake to care for but not insanely difficult. Not the best choice if you want a snake to handle though - a display snake for sure.
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Thanks for the suggestions about the blue snake. Also, I definitely don't want those danger noodles XD I'd definitely get tagged.
Doesn't it suck that the most beautiful snakes are all venomous
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