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- 06-May-12, 06:43 PM #31
update pics ?
- 06-May-12, 06:43 PM #32
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I am loving the RBB's It is a wish of mine to have Collettes and RBB's Beautiful little fella BTW
If you throw stones make sure you dont live in a glass house
- 06-May-12, 06:45 PM #33
I would love RBB's...
2 Things would stop it, the Mrs... and well Canberra Law.... Lame... unless you're a zoo, buckleys chance really in getting one
i wish i had one stupid r1 licence my first ever snake was a rbbA het for axanthic Black-headed Python NAMED Sparky AND 66% Het for Albino Bearded Dragon named pancake and Super Hypomelanistic Central Bearded Dragon named muffin and a baby Olive
I'd trust a Rbb not to bite more than I'd trust most pythons. keep handling it and when it's six foot it will be calm and relaxed.
- 07-May-12, 08:27 PM #37
My boy must be a tad over 4ft, somewhere around there, maybe bigger (I can't be bothered measuring him). He's always been flighty, but never bitey (if that makes sense) He's also one snake that I have that seems to have plenty of spirit. There's a mutual respect between him and myself, and I sort of can't be bothered trying to take that spirit out of him
Mine is exactly the same as yours moose,
Never strikes but is always flying around, he makes any python look like a stick at the speed he goes lol.
Deffiantly my fav species to keepDisclaimer: My thoughts are fictional ramblings only. The purpose of my participation here is to stimulate fuel for thought. EVERYONE should take everything here with a large grain of salt. Use this information for your own further research ONLY
Moose, my big girl is very flighty, but not bitey, around the 4ft mark too. Same size male is pretty cruzy though. Hatchies I find to always be skittish but not aggressive. Like you said Scorps, def. my fav species to keep HAVING SAID THIS, ALL VENEMOUS SNAKES REACT DIFFERENTLY UNDER DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES AND SHOULD ONLY BE HANDLED BY A COMPETENT HANDLER. P.S, Moose, don't ever take the spirit out of him, there more enjoyable that way;D
- 09-May-12, 10:47 AM #40
hehehe when I put him in a plastic tub when I'm cleaning out his enclosure, amidst all the huffing and puffing, it looks like I'm trying to contain a black, scaled form of lightning. He's going for it I got wise in the end and placed a nice large towel over the top so I didn't have him stressing out too much by seeing my movements whilst walking back and forth to his enclosure. For anyone else in there watching me, he can appear quite intimidating. Drop him out in the backyard and you'd think you were a sitting duck....yet again, there he is again, the "master of bluff"
Yeah mine is all bluff lolDisclaimer: My thoughts are fictional ramblings only. The purpose of my participation here is to stimulate fuel for thought. EVERYONE should take everything here with a large grain of salt. Use this information for your own further research ONLY
I grab my little one out pretty much everyday
And he just wants to go off for a few minutes thenis happy to just sit in my hands for a while
Such a good snake species!!!Seek the wisdom through the ages!!!!!!But look at the world through the eyes of a child!!!
- 09-May-12, 02:39 PM #43
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- 09-May-12, 03:05 PM #44
Love RBB the stinky little rascals, anyone who owns or catches them will know what i mean LOL
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