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Old 03-16-04, 06:35 PM   #16 (permalink)
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PFFF ankylosaurus is where its at my friends.
Other than that....maybe a Gaboon Viper ....or all of Jeff Favelle's collection (thats some serious bling he has got going on....if bling was amazing snakes) LOL
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Id want the space for a american alligator or a breeding colony of 5 jacksons chams
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VERY KOOL EVERYONE!
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Komodo dragons with proper housing are my dream. They are my favorite herp of all time! working with them at the toronto zoo was a dream. all though its completly hands off there.
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I second that one.
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My life long dream is to own at lease a pair of Green Tree Monitors . A leucistic king cobra don't sound that bad either, but it has to be tame.
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Old 03-20-04, 04:56 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I'm boring, I'd have to go with either lavender albino retics or WA Gaboons, right now anyway. Ask me later today and I'll probably say something like albino retics and any Trimerserus.
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Chinese/Japanese giant salamanders (as well as the setup and food to keep them). Nice beasts.
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I really want a pair of Green Tree Pythons, or some of the ball python morphs that are out of my price range.
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PFFF ankylosaurus is where its at my friends.
HELL YES Anklyosaurs ROCK
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I would have a monitor also
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Ehrr, how 'bout an albino gila monster?
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