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Old 11-07-03, 06:31 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Maybe its because of the other reptile site for it's address? Ya know like how the "queensnake thing" won't work for links here either. My guess. M.I.

EDIT: maybe not though because you can use the link you posted
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Old 11-07-03, 09:05 PM   #17 (permalink)
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damn, good eats eh.......awesome pics.
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That's better. Great pics Nett!
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Helping to control the rabbit population I see...

Great pics!
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Wow, great pics!!

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Old 11-08-03, 01:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Helping to control the rabbit population I see...

Great pics!
Yep about 3 times per month ..........LOL
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Nice pix AWSOME SNAKES!!But why don't you use News paper for substrate?
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Mainly cuz I have close to 400 snakes ....plus right now 300 babies left .......Paper isnt a substraight that works well for large collections unless u have time to be cleaning ur tanks 24/7.....Shavings works great for absorbtion and smell......
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Great pics, what kind of enclosures are you using?
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The biger boas and pythons are kept in several different size cages anywhere from 2x2x2 to 7x2x2...All the smaller ones as well as the colubrids are in rubbermade shevling units...Take a look







If u want to see some more heres the link to my photo page ......They arent the best pics but ull be able to get an idea.....

http://photo.redtailboa.net/albut18
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