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Old 04-24-17, 11:48 AM   #16 (permalink)
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She's gorgeous! Absolutely incredible and those pictures are really nice. Your English is fine though, don't sweat the small stuff.
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Thank you very much!
So the second boa is Atlanta. She is 2 years old girl. And she is a Salmon Pastel.




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The 3rd Boa girl IS Tytania. She is 2 years old also. She is a Normal BCI (mixed blood)




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And my young Boa boy- Neo. He is 9 months old. And he is a Het Leopard 66% Het Albino.
I really love his incredible tail!


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The smaller size snake in our family is the Corn snake. His life story was not so happy... I rescued him when he was about 2 months old. His owner had a new incubator and he tested it with corn snake eggs. When the babies were come out, they were just not needed to nobody. Nobody did not feed them... When I came to this guy, he said that I can take this poor baby free, if I not take him, he will feed the cats. Of course I takes this tiny snake home. But it was only a half problem. When I was trying to feed him for the first time, he just running away from food. And I decided to feed him by myself. Oh this was is so hard and scary. He was so so tiny. But when I was putted the food in to his mouth,he started to swallow it. And such we eated about 3 months, until he started to eat by himself. Now all problems remained in the past. And he became a beautiful snake. We call him- Mais.


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Now, tell about my BIG LOVE!!! Yes, the Pythons!!! I have 3 Tiger Pythons.
This 8 months old boy is- Xathos. He is Hypo Het Green Burmese.






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My very special 7 months old boy Burmese- Maximus.
He is my favorite morphs of Burmese- Labyrinth. He was my dream, and now the dream come true. I`m in love with him!






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And the last, but Im sure not least, is my Shanti.
She is the rare python in collections. She is a Python Molurus Pimbura or Sri-Lanka Rock Python. The smaller species of Tiger pythons.





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All beautiful but that Sri Lankan Rock wins the show for me. Awesome snake.

Thanks for sharing your collection
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Hope you like my collection and enjoy the photos.
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Thank you very much. I will look for a male for Pimbura. Hope that somebody will have a litter this year.
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Amazing animals you have and what a great story about the corn snake you saved!!! Thank you for sharing all the pictures and stories, made my day!
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You have a stunning collection, but I must the burms and the rock python are my favourites
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Amazing animals you have and what a great story about the corn snake you saved!!! Thank you for sharing all the pictures and stories, made my day!
Thanks. Ye, Corn is a luky guy =)
I'm glad that you liked my collection and photos. Then I will regularly add news and new photos of my snakes in this topic.
I`m so wait for a summer days to walk outside with snakes, but we still have a snow here... the most beautiful photos will be outside in summer, the only sun, can show the natural and beautiful snake colors.
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