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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    oh i only seen one before? haha all there now though.. and the first one
     
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    Cool, where did you buy it?
     
  3. Snowman

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    I'm picking the top one as one of dave mc's lines. I had one that got sick and had to be euthanized. Beautiful snakes. Do you know if he is breeding any more this season?
     
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    His offspring he held back are still to small for breeding. I think Jordan has some of them too that he might be breeding next season. My female may possibly have go next year or the year after
     
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    I want one exactly like the first picture, thats so lovely.
     
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    So he hasn't paired the same animals again then? I can only imagine how awesome the offspring of the offspring will look!
     
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    No. he doesn't own the parents of the offspring and I believe the guy he bought them from has sold most his snakes, except the the stunner he has with a line down it's back.
     
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    Spewin :(

    Well hopefully J or D breed the hold backs next year....
     
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    That 6th animal Andrew, is that busho's line of carpet? Sure looks like it anyway.
    Got to love the imbricata, some of the nicest carpets in Australia.

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    Don't know bloomster, It came from a DEC tender so it could be anyones guess!
     
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    Doesn't it feel great giving even more money to Dec buying the snakes they confiscate from others :)

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    you'd be surprised how many snakes bought from dealers/pet shops are DEC tender animals.
     
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    I know a few of mine are from tenders over the years. Garden island female for one.

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    Very Nice pics :)
     
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    Come on, more pictures :)
     
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    A wild one I was lucky to get a call out for.
     

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