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i'd like to put some pictures of mine up as its alot bigger now than it was in my profile pic. it's hard to get a photo that does her justice though.
i'm still interested to know if anybody out there has a photo of a 20yo or or something as i read they do live upto around 25.
wats the temperement of those jungles you have roger? they look freindly enough?
when you say tully line and kraus line are you referring to the person that bred them??
every pet shop i went to advised me against getting a jungle for my first snake. what a load of crap, im glad i didn't listen to them. there just timid thats all
- 29-Apr-10, 07:39 AM #1592
The female is very quiet to handle but ferocious at feeding time ,
the male is agro but i can manage to get him out without getting bitten .LOL
Jungles are individuals and each has its own variable temperament .
RogerPure jungle juvies available now .
- 04-May-10, 08:00 PM #1593
I got my first Jungle about a month ago and have just got my second at the expo last weekend.
Dora my girl
Ziggy my boy
And the tank I set up for them.
Dora Is about to shed so hides in the box under the leaves on the right and Ziggy usually in the leaves or sharing the box with Dora.
Your boy 'Ziggy' is stunning!Slats
Here is my girl Amber, she's about 15 months old but we've only had her since March.
here are my 2 new jungle im getting on the 20th, cant wait..
i know they are now extreme yellow but these 2 male,female where the once that stuck out casue they bit me out of all the once i looked at.
the first pic is whip the male and the second is yellow the female.
well here you go hope everyonce likes.
my pair, male is placid as can be, and fem is genrally good but can be a little snappy
took a few pics of my girl. theres more in my album, mind the fake rocks.;D
sorry about the red light shots.
thought they looked cool at the time. whoops
- 14-May-10, 06:59 PM #1600
Love that B&W Paulie, very nice clean coloringhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Dp78Kh94x4
- 16-May-10, 05:43 PM #1602
Thought you might like to see some zebras I produced last year (in the US). There are some amazing jungles on this thread and it is very cool to see the diversity. I have a clutch of zebras due to hatch any day, I figured I would get the camera out and take some updated pictures of some of last years zebras. Needless to say, I am very happy with how they are turning out.
Q: What's better than 3 zebras in a bucket?
A: 4 zebras in a bucket! Hahaha, I am such a jokester.
HB male zebra, Grant.
HB female zebra, *name pending*
Another HB female. This gal is fiesty.
One more gal with a little different pattern.
I posted a few more on the site as well, but I am too lazy to post them all here.
great pics justin thanks for posting them.
Very nice!! can't wait til we get some down here....
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