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    Double post... stupid phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snappi13 View Post
    What a cool idea for a snake. I've got a corn and I am looking into redoing his set up


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    Id have a blast planting a corn snake... Theyre a farm snake mainy, so think of where a field and the edge of the woods would meet... Ivys, taller grasses, mosses, twigs, so much fun! You could even to the woods edge as the cool side and fields edge as your warm side! They get long, but stay thin, so it wont need as much upkeep as tubby here lol. I think keeping them as close as you can to what nature would provide is highy beneficial for any animal.

    Lemme know how it goes or what ya decide to do! Btw we had an albino that we had to rehome for someone(just not my cup of tea). But noodles was an awsome snake. Corns are full of personality! And escape artists lmao.

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    Yes I'm in the process of trying to design a new set up. I have a 50 gallon Lon tank for him. We are looking into making our own realistic hides, lots of cool info and tutorials online. I'm not sure I want to do a full planted set up but I would def like to incorporate some of your ideas as well. Maybe a happy medium. My corn is full of personality like you said. He is very mild tempered and very curious. I take him out regularly. He will be four this year. I'm trying to do a second shelf style climbing area suspended above his substrate with added hides to keep him active. He loves his wrapping paper roll, I recently bought a 2" 2' plumbing pvc pipe so when he poops I can sanitize instead of throwing out his hide. 🐍


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    Good thinkin. Our noodle loved her plastic coconut... For plastic plants we suggest thrift store shopping. $20 did 4 tanks... i dont knot what you have there near Baahstun(lol pittsburg joke) but our local walmart had super nice fake macho ferns. 10:1 bleach em then dry. Feel free to cut up plastic plants. Just remember: dab a drop of candle wax on the cut end to cover the steel wire and seal it. Keeps from rust and poking your baby.

    Setup for real plants is the bizzotch, maintaining after is easy. Fakes are cheap, but require constant removal and claning. So its a pick and choose thing.

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    Pretty snake. i have Rosy boas, and i just started with them this past fall. i have 2 females that are old enough to breed, and one male who is for them, and a 2 yr old male who THINKS he is ready for the ladies, and one small female born in sept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColleenT View Post
    Pretty snake. i have Rosy boas, and i just started with them this past fall. i have 2 females that are old enough to breed, and one male who is for them, and a 2 yr old male who THINKS he is ready for the ladies, and one small female born in sept.
    Weve looked at rosies before! How big do they get? Ive also been looking into blood pythons.

    Gimme a minute to upload ro photobucket ill post a pic of me n the redtail.

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    This is mocha. I can say i WAS friends with her owner till i took her(he was soo bad as an owner, it was ugly)

    The head lump was there from the day she showed up at burtons. Its from her box falling and a sinus break. After alot of time at the vet its there but fine. From day 1 loved me, falls asleep in my hands, and falls asleep/hangs out with her head and body on my chest. She knows my heartbeat and it calms her. Even after 4 days at the vet, she ran right to my chest and passed out...

    Almost 7ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krispy View Post
    Weve looked at rosies before! How big do they get? Ive also been looking into blood pythons.

    Gimme a minute to upload ro photobucket ill post a pic of me n the redtail.

    Rosys are small which is why i chose them. i don't have a lot of room in my house. The adults are 3-4 ft at most. there are so many localities which all have different colors, so i have Bay of LA, which are my current breeders, and i have anza Borrego's for the future breeders. I have a hypo anza borrego male and a Blue Anery female. the photos are of Sharon, my younger female Bay of La, and of Cleopatra, my baby blue anery.



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    Wow! That pewter blue is amazing! They stay thin like that or get chunky? I know blood pythons get to be fatty boombatty....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krispy View Post
    Wow! That pewter blue is amazing! They stay thin like that or get chunky? I know blood pythons get to be fatty boombatty....

    no, they stay slender-isn, but they do get meaty. they look more like the shape of a garter snake than of a ball python. i am hopeful my Blue anery will become a bit more intense in color when she is older.
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    Well, while tank clean and feed, some giant **** just sneezed with the ph/moisture probe in the soil and...








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