Elapidae 1 : Pythonidae 0

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by junglepython2, Jan 30, 2012.

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  1. Sorry about the crappy pics.

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    hodges Very Well-Known Member

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    Without a doubt my favourite photos.
     
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    Probably a kinked one or something.
    There's gonna be tears...
     
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    what are you feeding it
     
  6. My tigers are too good for mongrels :p, it's a jungle.
     
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    Nice looking tiger. I wouldn't feed it that crap though. Quality foods are much better.
     
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    was there anything wrong with the hatchy
     
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    Great head shot!
     
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    Could be wrong, but that looks like a b/w to me, and some cord. Dead in the egg? P.s. My eyes are pretty trashed, but not bad enough to see thats a great looking tiger:D
     
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    nice pics mate, think your enclosure is abit to big for that tiger
     
  12. Yes, it wasn't an elapid :p
     
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    Well, going by that and considering your name, shouldn't you also feed yourself to the tiger? ;)
     
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    saximus Almost Legendary

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    What do people normally feed them? Surely keeping up a supply of pythons wouldn't be the cheapest food alternative :p
     
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    Thats right but your neighbours supply of pythons on the other hand...........
     
  16. Haha point taken. :)

    Your're right, I'm thinking Beardies would be the way to go.
     
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    Nice tigers mate... you may have opened up a can of worms with this one :lol:
     
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