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  1. Catnei

    Catnei Not so new Member

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    Hey everyone.:)

    I'm obviously new to this site, and so far everything i have read is soo helpful. ive been super keen to get a snake of my own for a while now and i went to a reptile expo in Gladstone the other day with my partner who already has a childrens python. Now i have my heart set on getting a common tree snake. i plan to build an awesome hexagonal enclose for it before i get one
     
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    Gday there welcome.. Great place here for info
     
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    Welcome, nice to see another Gladstone local!

    Just be sure to do your research before getting a tree snake if that's what your interested in, they are different and much more 'needy' in their care requirements.
     
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    Grogshla Very Well-Known Member

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    welcome mate!
    Hope all is well
     
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    G'day G'day. Hope you enjoy:) I'm with vixen though, maybe not the best choice for a first snake.
     
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    Welcom hope you like it here
     
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    Mo-Cheynei Well-Known Member

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    welcome my friend! oh and i think that tree snakes are awsome and i would like to get a blue phase green tree snake, but the thing that stops me is the odor defence system that they have lol, but beautiful snakes none the less!!! welcome again

    Mo
     
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    Thanks everyone for the welcome:). I have been doing loads of research vixen its all part of the fun of owning an awesome pet. and I do understand that a common tree snake wouldn't be the best choice for a first snake skeptic but I am not completely inexperienced I believe I will be able to manage :). I just don't think I could settle on any other snake. Mo-deville I completely agree the blue phase ones are the best! But I think the odor defense is exactly that, a defense, if the snake is comfortable and not threatened or stressed it should be fine:).
     
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    just thought i'd add that jungles rule IMO!!! should check out the jungle thread on here, it might change ur mind!!!
     
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    Yeah jungle pythons are pretty cool, there were heaps of them at the expo I went to the other day. Hahaha I can see me ending up with a whole room full of snakes one day.
     
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