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Old 05-03-03, 12:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Turned on the light and this is what i saw.
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Old 05-03-03, 12:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice I love the pink in it!
Forgive me if this sounds wrong though but do you not see your snake that often?
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He's out most nights. I find all adult pueblans watch secretively at activity outside their enclosure. My female might as well be following me are around the room. I try to be as creative as possible with vivs. I also change them around after every cleaning as to give a little different scenery or crawl space.
Your doing your reptile a big favour with lots of places to hide.

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that is a real nice snake there.....wish i could have one like that!
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Beautiful pueblan! hows it temperment? and do you fnd them hard to care for?
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Pueblans are definitely visual snakes, when I used to have mine I had the most fun playing with him from outside the tank! He would be out and active most of the day and evening and most of the time keeping an eye on me or my dogs!

The most fun I had with him was making him chase my pinky finger! I would slip it up from below at the other end of the tank and in no time he was glued to the glass smack in front of it! Would follow it anywhere! Was really cute

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He's a kitten. My first snake was a pueblan so i can't realy say if it is hard to take care of or not. But, my balls pythons are pretty simple. I love my hobby and don't think any part of it is a hassle. Milks are easy to take care of. I can definately say that pueblans are far more active than all my other milks.
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