Confused Identity

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  1. ronhalling

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    Hey Guys and Gals, just thought i would share a pic of our girl having an identity issue, from the looks of it she is now wanting to be a GTP, sprung her practicing the classic GTP pose, looks so funny seeing a Coastal in this classic position....... anyone else found their snakes in funny positions like this, share if you have. :) ....................................Ron
     

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    my old coastal girl used to do that too ill see if i can find a pic my female jungle does it too IMAG0557.jpg IMAG0558.jpg coastal2.jpg coastal.jpg
     
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    My crazy fem CCP does this all the time, even though she has 2 branches creating a shelf like structure, she likes to curl up on the one. She can also do a fair imitation of a Cobra.
     

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    Got an MD and a Bredli that will sit like that often, although the Bredli now often prefers to curl on a new 'fake rock' ledge that I made for him.
     
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    got a coastal that does that just about everyday , also have a hatchy coastal and hatchy jungle jag that ive seen do the same just not as often

    pretty common in most morelia imo
     
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    Hmmm, in over 5 years this is the 1st time i have ever seen her in this pose, looked kinda funky lol :) ..............................Ron
     
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    My woma is a coastal (or other climbing snake) lol. For the first week after i got him he would climb to the top of the rock wall than just call down....looks like he finally got the hang of holding on lol.
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    I think all Womas do that. :)

    I've posted here a link some time ago about few Womas being spotted/photographed 5m high up tree hunting Goanas.


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    Wow i thought they werent good climbers, cant remember where i read that. Oh well i still think he looks cute

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