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I didn't know where to post these as they are pics of both pythons and boas so here they are. There aren't many pics of me on the net so don't laugh too hard! Also, my brother couldn't take a clear pic to save his life so these are the only ones that turned out.
Adult female Red blood. She is in shed in this pic but it gives you an idea of her size. She was a crappy feeder when she was smaller so that's why she's not as big as other females out there. She's a great feeder now. She was produced in 1998 by NERD and was suppost to turn out as a bright red adult. In person she is yellow, brown and orange........She is in shed in this pic.
Albino female het Granite that I produced. She was the nicest albino out of the litter so I kept her......she's also got a wicked pattern too!
Female "Super Dwarf" retic. She was 3 feet when I got her 2 years ago. This is as big as she's gotten so far which is about 7 feet. Back in the winter she was eating 3 large rats per week to put some size on her for breeding. She bred but didn't produce eggs......there is always next year!
12 year old female Puerto Rican Boa. This pic was taken just before she struck at me. I like to complain about these guys a lot but they are alright. They've got their good and bad days. You don't want to see them on a bad day!
Another 12 year old adult PR Boa.
This isn't really relivent to the tread but this is a female ball I've got on breeding loan from Darren Hamill. She produced 4 fertile egg and 1 exceptionally hard slug. Usually slugs are soft and plyable (like a leather sac filled with silicone) but this one was rock hard.
A pic of the eggs. A slugs are very obvious!
I had some more good pics but as I say they are all blurry!
Hey Corey, u didn't happen to smoke a BIG fat Doobie between the second and third shots did u......lol....just playin.....That blood sure is brown....kinda has some borneo colours....is she normally redder on her dorsal area???
or is she one of the rarer brown brongersmai that i've heard the barkers talk about.....
Thanks for postin that pic BTW.....Great albino burm and retic as well....
The PR's dont relly float my boat...but hey there the only ones in Canada!
Grant - she is in shed in the pic. I will take another pic of her once she sheds. In person she is brown, orange and yellow. Great temperment on her so I've kept her all these years. I guess I have to get around to finding her a mate one of these days.
Marisa - Thanks! The wallpaper in the background of the herp room is of a forest scene. The whole wall looks like that. I didn't really want it there as I thought it would be a waste of time because big cages would be blocking it........but, agrueing was futile.