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Old 03-20-19, 02:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: Mar-2019
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Hello all,

I might as well start with an introduction as to who I am and my history with herps. My journey with reptiles began about 29 years ago when I got my first snake, a Red Corn snake. Shortly after that I started volunteering at t a local exotic pet store in Las Vegas called Exotic Pets International. I volunteered there for a couple years. I also ran a small local history museum at my school. We had 13 snakes, 2 octopi, and other misc animals. I learned alot during that time, and shortly after I started breeding corns. No fancy colors, just normal corn snakes.

By the time I was 23 I lost all my reptiles due to moving, and other unforseen circumstances. For the next 20+ years I did not keep any reptiles or animals as my home situation was not stable, and I knew I wouldn't be able to keep anything long term. Then at about 32 I bought a 16 FT burm. Great snake. Very Tame. But then again my house situation changed, and I had to get rid of him. Now many years later I am looking to buy a house. I am very stable. So I decided to purchase a Blood Python. He is an T- Albino. Very tame and beautiful. I will post photos in the blood python forum. So here I am with a beatiful Juvi Blood Python. I have been thinking about breeding again, but this time. Blood pythons, to be specific I want to breed Matrix, Batik, and 007 T- albinos.

I am always up for listening to advice from others so if anyone has any insight what so ever on breeding blood pythons, I am all ears.
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