Pine Snakes

Discussion in 'Other Colubrids' started by DaGiant, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. DaGiant

    DaGiant New Member

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    Ebony the Black Pine Ebony.jpg
    Elton the Pink Patternless Elton.jpg
    Teresa the Blue eyed Leucistic Teresa.jpg
    Valaria the Albino Southern Valaria.jpg
    The Gloves are due to cleaning, not due to attitudes.. LOL
     
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  3. StikyPaws312

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    Oh wow, they're beautiful! How old are they?
     
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  5. DaGiant

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    Thanks!
    The Southern girl is 5
    the others are 2 and growing slow.
     
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  7. mr_andrew

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    Holy crap thats alot of animals... you must be a very busy person!

    Nice looking snakes!
     
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  9. StikyPaws312

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    Well they all look fantastic :)
     
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  11. DaGiant

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    Thanks.. I enjoy the hobby/addiction a lot.
    Care is a 2nd job, but I love it.

    Thank You!
     
  12. Louie

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    Stunning snakes. All are fantastic but I love the Pink Patternless.

    I read that you have a Japanese ratsnake and had no idea such a snake.
     
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