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- 11-Jul-12, 07:56 PM #91
- I'm after carpet pythons; would prefer stripes, females, pure or crosses, have 39 so far and more on their way. Not a tyrekicker, I just ask many questions and Im over friendly & talkative too.
I don't know about big boned but she loves a feed
WOW there are some beautiful here
I was just kiddung anyhow, snakes arent big boned, if I keep giving leftovers to my coastal, she is going to end up like that tooI'm after carpet pythons; would prefer stripes, females, pure or crosses, have 39 so far and more on their way. Not a tyrekicker, I just ask many questions and Im over friendly & talkative too.
- 24-Jul-12, 08:24 AM #96
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- Port Stephens, NSW
Mine is currently in shed but when his finished I will take a photo. He is approx 7 foot...when I first got him was a little cage nippy but now just a pussy cat! His a decent sized boy!"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Thomas Edison
2 X Windora Stimson's (1M&1F)(Turned 1-Jan 2012), 1 X Male Bredli (6years-2012)
- 26-Jul-12, 05:04 PM #98
some real stunners in this thread!
here are my new three bredli (:
Sorry, don't know why the pictures came out so big and have no idea on how to re-size them.
Last edited by TheReptileCove; 26-Jul-12 at 05:58 PM.Currently own : 3 x Bredi!
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Last edited by Serpentaria; 26-Jul-12 at 05:57 PM.I'm after carpet pythons; would prefer stripes, females, pure or crosses, have 39 so far and more on their way. Not a tyrekicker, I just ask many questions and Im over friendly & talkative too.
- 26-Jul-12, 05:59 PM #100
- 26-Jul-12, 06:15 PM #101
the bigger the better I say so we can fully appreciate their beauty!
- 26-Jul-12, 06:26 PM #102
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- 26-Jul-12, 06:28 PM #103
This is Monty my Bredli
When I got him he was a bit psyco?........ actually more scared and defensive really, but after a couple of months of regular handling and attention, he is starting to settle down very nicely
At first I used to get him out of his enclosure using a snake hook, I have since given this idea the flick, and just grab him by hand, occasionally he will tag me, but there's really not that much in his bites, when when I first got him, and he was really snappy, he never actually latched on, he would just strike and immediately let go, draws a tiny amount of blood, but you can hardly feel it, looks way worse than it actually is.
Now when I get him out he is a bit cranky for the first 3-5 minutes and then he really settles down and hardly bites or strikes at all, however he doesn't like passers by making any sudden movements or sharp loud noises.
Any how? he has settled in and become part of the family (To my wife's horror and disgust), my kids love him and are now confident enough to handle him too, I just have to watch out they don't kill him with kindness.
I have been keeping a log of his handling and behavior, his feeds, sheds and growth.
I have become well and truly addicted to keeping pythons and when the wife is not looking, I might just have to add another snake or 10 to my collection.
Here's a few photos, I hope you like them.
Monty when I first got him
In his enclosure ready to shake my hand?
Does anybody else's snake eat its lunch backwards?
When the wife's away, Monty gets to explore the house, Shhhh don't tell!
My daughter Rosie loves him, quite the little Herp?
My son Zack will be 4 in September, he just loves this snake and bugs me all the time to get him out, neither of the kids have ever been bitten by him, Only I have......What's the go with that???
(Dunno why, but for some reason this photo is upright on photobucket and sideways on here, oh well it's a nice photo, even if it is sideways?)
Close up, Montys colors are stunning, just a Classic Bredli.
He will bury himself in the couch if you let him and could pop up anywhere?, cheeky bugger!
Cruising around out on the lawn
Last one for now
I am about to start making him a new enclosure, I have been checking out the DIY threads on here, I will post some pics when it done.
C-YaThe best cure for Ophidiophobia, is to get a pet snake!..........“Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore, always carry a small snake.” (W.C. Fields)
- 26-Jul-12, 06:54 PM #105
Montys beautiful, though I'm a little worried about the closed hands of your kids holding the snake, they know to have a loose or open hand when handling him right? I wouldn't worry about him biting you and no one else, I have animals who are like that, some snakes will choose their owners rather than you choosing and caring for them.
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