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  1. Djbowker

    Djbowker Active Member

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    A friendly coastal peeking into my rat tubs.
    Three times he went crawling back into the roof after seeing me, and every time after ten minutes he'd be back.

    He's now in across the roads crops, with a nice rat treat, for being a friendly visitor.
    (Sorry the last pic is on an angle, and the middle picture is Instagram edited).
     
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    Very nice, im sure it enjoyed a free feed! How big was he?
     
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    Very nice looking snake and I love getting friendly visitors. I had one not so long back be it was small and got into a tub with 100g rats and ate one. It was very fat after the rat.
     
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    Beautiful snake, it must be amazing to see things like this in the wild where you live.

    Kindest regards

    Endeavour
     
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    It's the first one I have seen here, quite a shock walking out and seeing it hanging there.
    It's funny despite having almost 20 snakes, getting all
    giddy at the sight.

    I'd say 1.5ms?
    He was just really round haha.
     
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    Yes it is so much more exciting finding a wild snake isn't it.[​IMG]

    This is the fat little bugger I found the other day.

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    And this monster I found about 4 years ago in our rabbit enclosure.
     
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    Haha, looks like you needed a new rabbit after!

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    Feed a puppy once....
    Three nights in a row now.
    I think he's settled into my roof.
     
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