carpet pythons! my southwestern.. share your pythons with us!

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  1. Mitchell.C

    Mitchell.C Not so new Member

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    hey guys! please rate this 5 stars so it gets more seen by others! would love to see everyones and i hope everyone can see this :) thanks alot!
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    Gorgeous, unfortunately I can't load pics rom here. Does he normally eat that size food? Seems a bit small for his size. I just upgraded my Murray darling tonight from fuzzy rats to hopper rats, I was worried it would be too big but he took it like a champ :)
     
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    yeah they are just hopper mice, we couldnt get in pinky rats so the hopper mice were the closest size. we just feed him larger quantities of course :) and why cant you post photos to here? just go to reply and then click on advance, and the attachment thing should come up :)
     
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    Really love imbricata, yours is a great example. Come on guys, get those Southwestern pics rolling!
     
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    Couldn't load pics because I was on my ipad at the time and it doesn't work with the photo load thingy.

    Here's one now though since I'm on my regular computer :)

     

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    thanks Jim! yeah they are one of my favourites, along with the jungles and coastals :) so beautiful.. i especially love mine because of his eyes and colour

    and great snake newbie! how old is he?
     
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    Not sure Mitchell, atleast a few years but he comes from an unknown background(was a DECC seized animal and his history is not known), he's about 1.2metres long but had been grown quite slowly before I got him.

    Also ave a spotted but not photos of her yet(she's like a set of fast moving teeth with a snake attached :p )
     
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    oh okay :) nice!

    BEAUTIFUL snake snowman
     
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    Just come back from holidays in the West. Dropped into a couple of reptile places and got my fix. Got to handle a couple of SWCPs - beautiful snakes - so placid. One of the stations we were staying at had a couple that were often seen hanging around the camping grounds and adjacent buildings. Plenty of the campers would pick these wild pythons up with no probs for a photo. They were out and about the day before we arrived, but unfortunately a storm blew in and they'd holed up somewhere.
     
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    A couple of my imbricata's... LOVE them

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    Cheers guys/Ladies ;)
     
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    A few old pics of my imbricata, Maiden
     

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    Bloomster I'm so envious of this one... I've said it before, but it just so cleanly marked for an adult SWCP
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    Maybe something can be arranged at a wahs meeting I can make and possibly bring her along so you can see her in person.

    Sent from my HTC Sensation Z710a using Tapatalk
     
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    Bloomster, you have the most stunning SW Carpets. I too am very jealous.
     
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    Bringing animals to meetings is more trouble than it's worth unless you have a reg 16 :( Keen to catch up with you at a meeting though, and also hear where you keep sourcing all of these stunning animals from ;)
     
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    he is my snakes twin i think andrew!
     
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    Which one? Each photo is a different snake
     
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