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Old 07-08-03, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Whats your favorite snake?

Whats your favorite kind of snake? What do you own. Put in pics if you wish
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My favorites would probably be Elaphe porphyracea coxi and an intensley red Python curtus curtus, at least favorite for today lol
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My favorites are a tie between the blood and short-tailed pythons: P. curtus, P. brongersmai and P. breitensteini. I have all of those except for the P.curtus. And reverendsterlin, the P. curtus are the ones that turn black, its the P. brongersmai that can turn bright red
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I love all the big guys but I love retic's.
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Originally posted by chondro python
I love all the big guys but I love retic's.
what about chondro pythons? heheh
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I can't decide anymore there's just too many. Probably Hog Island Boas would be my favorits. I have a pair.
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I'm like Boidkeepr, I can't decide, I like them all.
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The best snake in all the world and I'm sure you will all agree, is the snake held in the hand, owned by you, living healthily.
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I Have always loved Sea Snakes but they would make $hitty captives so I will never own one things like them and birds shouldnt be in a cage where they cant move like they do in the wild
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In my profile I listed Womas, Indigos, and Corns as my faves, but I absolutely love boas as well. I think I have to just concur with Katt. My favorite snake is a healthy snake that is owned by me.
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I would have to say thar Burmese python's and Carpet python's
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the sea crate is pretty cool, they are like sea snakes but they shed and lay eggs and some other stuff on land, sea snakes give live birth at sea, well technicly the mother is only holding the eggs inside but......ah w/e the sea crate is still pretty cool, plus they are really docile, but i dont think they can be pets
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Old 07-09-03, 06:43 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I don't think it can be said better than Katt did.

Simply incredible carpet pythons
Coastal- Hypo Jaguar, Tri-stripe Jaguar, Silver
West Papuan/Irian Jaya
Jungle, Jungle x Diamond, Bredli
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Old 07-09-03, 09:18 AM   #14 (permalink)
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For me it would have to be the Axanthic Scrub from Nerd! it's a blue scrub I want it sooo bad!
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Im facinated by the whole <i>Trimeresurus</i> genus
They are amazing snakes

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