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Dinner Was Lovely!
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Comment icon #6 Posted by Epithet of Satan on 3 February, 2009, 15:46
awesome
Comment icon #5 Posted by Lt_Ripley on 4 February, 2009, 4:33
scared me ! I know it has to eat , but watching a snake eat is creepy to me. !!
Comment icon #4 Posted by DONTEATUS on 14 April, 2009, 3:37
Is that Crimsons Snake?
Comment icon #3 Posted by xCrimsonx on 14 April, 2009, 7:59
Is that Crimsons Snake?Yeah,.. thats Crimson's snake, cool hey! We breed rats n mice to feed our lil zoo. ^This scrub python is huge and can be a lil snappy. Their tree dwellers so their slender and quite long.^This snake will go two larges rats a week or every 10 days. They prefer small poultry to captive rats. Unlike the coastal carpet python who is fussy and needs flora growth to feed. The Black headed is the pickiest feeder ever they prefer small mammals. Which brings me to say that even captive bred pythons have the same feeding instincts as wild.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Queen in the North on 14 June, 2009, 16:44
Oh you brave thing... scrub pythons are such snappy devils!I love that cheeky shot though!*grumbles about being bitten by scrubby*
Comment icon #1 Posted by xCrimsonx on 26 November, 2009, 1:21
OMG. Scrubbys dont tickle either. Hugs! =( I dont go near the big ones, Its the little ones ya gotta watch out for. Cranky littlins! LOL Woma babies have the attitude of a viper! LOL


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