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Poll: Favourite Snake group as pets
Enter your favorite snake group as a pet and should you feel like it add in why.
I realise I have broken the Python group down and not the other groups.
Ill kick us off with Aspidites as I love the colouring and temperament of this group.
Last edited by Umbral; 13-Aug-12 at 11:40 AM.
- 13-Aug-12, 11:44 AM #2
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Morelia because its what i mostly keep! =]
Colubrids...because pythons are boring. Chasing cts hatchlings through the shed is TEH FUNZ.General Rule 5 -Posts must be meaningful and not waste the time of other site users.
Anteresia, because they're neat little guys. I like them anyway - although Aspidites comes just a hairs breadth second.
Damn those Morelia lovers (I love them too.) we need to get some cpompetition going as they are winning hands down! Come on people get those votes in!
You can't beat Aspidites!!!
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It seems you can the Aspidites fans are coming a lousy third
Its that or others just don't know what they are missing out on.
Keep those votes coming, I find it interesting what others like and why
- 13-Aug-12, 06:27 PM #8
liasis all the way baby.
one for the aspidites here , mainly womas as ive never kept bhps before , they dig holes with their heads like an excavator and they buzz and bob their heads and wiggle their tails at feed time plus they look great , what more do you want in a snake , great to watch their antics
- 13-Aug-12, 06:42 PM #10
what are acrochorcus
I agree with what jrfear said morelias for sure
- 13-Aug-12, 06:58 PM #13
we find em like flies up at weipa, every lagoon and river
Same in Arnhem Land, they are so common they are a staple part of the diet in many places. I found a breeding ball in the Howard River so heavy I could barely lift it (they didn't care and I have no idea how many were in the mass, I lifted them to show a group of students).This is the voice of sand.... there is far more sea than land. Pere Ubu
- 13-Aug-12, 07:22 PM #15
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