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- 13-Sep-11, 03:57 AM #2
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- Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
G'day . Welcomewww.youtube.com/NovoReptile
- 13-Sep-11, 05:22 AM #3
Early morning welcome to APS. I own both a diamond and 2 darwins. They are great snakes.
- 13-Sep-11, 06:02 AM #4
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- Kurri Kurri, NSW
Hi Sabby, I`m new here too!. Welcome to you nevertheless. I have a pair of juvie darwins and a diamond as well in my collection. I fell in love with the darwins as soon as i seen their pics on `snake ranch` and twiddled my thumbs for hrs waiting for opening time to ring and secure them for myself. And i got them too!!. The girly is very snappy and the boy is really cool. Cant believe the colour variations in darwins. Mine are really gold with not a great deal of black on them. NICE.
hey guys, Yes they are great snakes I got the Darwin the day I received my licence mind you I researched before buying, My Darwin is brown and gold with just a touch of green going through him and he is such a gentle thing, and i'm slowly introducing my kids to him which they think its great, but they also know that if they ever come across one in the wild to leave it alone, walk away and let an adult know ASAP. My diamond is a male yearling so still a baby which he needs to learn some manners lol likes to grab everything tightly. How do you go with your Diamond with adjusting the heat for nights have you got yours on a timer or do you do it manually? and at what temp does it usually have to sit on during the night?
- 13-Sep-11, 07:23 AM #6
hi there and welcome aboard
Hi Sabby, i own both as well amounst other things.
If you ever get stuck, im sure you will get the right answer here.Does not play well with others...
- 13-Sep-11, 08:04 AM #8
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- Somewhere in the back of beyond
Welcome, I dont own either however we have 2 Coastal's that we love very much and hope to get an RSP in the not to distant future
If you throw stones make sure you dont live in a glass house
Thanks heaps guys, Hi Crystal thats no worries at all chick anything to do with snakes and info is all a big hype for me really I want to add more to my collection in the near future so all feedback and knowledge is great hun, next addition that im intrigued with is the water python but will get my current 2 down packed first Hi Pythrulz! Darwins have such a gentle nature about them but my word they can be temperamental with dehydrated skin the slightest movement of his water bowel and wham the humidity goes to buggery which causes him to stress and its a nightmare having to soak him in warm water to get the rest of his skin off, not the easiest of job but hopefully I have everything right this time ready for his next shed does anyone else have problems with humidity at times? and how do you cope with cleaning there cages and getting the humidity right again because i can put his water dish in the exact same spot but then im finding myself having to move it around all the time because its not right and im back to square one again lol
Hey sabby welcome mate!!! Be sure to keep us updated with your collection. Talk soon!
Welcome!!! You've stumbled across a fantastic site... you'll be welcome with open arms by a bunch of people who have a wealth of knowledge.
What sort of business do you run out of interest?
I run a Domestic and Commercial cleaning company and help with my husbands shed erection business thanks once again guys
welcome Sabby to APS, im not sure if you are aware or not but i thought id mention that vhs has their meeting next week on the 21st September at the Prahran RSL,and all visitors are welcome . There is also a post on this forum about it.
Hey Sarah, no i didn't know that but that's fantastic feedback, I will def be looking into that and trying to put the 21st aside, it must fall on a Wednesday yeah?, Thanks for sharing Sarah