Identify Morph

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    Tomahawk7 Not so new Member

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    87F00E30-8CFC-4039-876A-B51F0C51CC7E.jpeg Hi fellas, I’m new to this forum and new to owning non-venomous reptiles. I recently purchased a Coastal Carpet juvenile from a local pet store. The owner said it was a Striped Coastal. However, it looked nothing like what I’m finding online it seems closer to a “Babylon Tiger” to me. Either way, I’m super exited about this snake! Any input would be great. Thanks
     
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    Striped coastal could mean anything, as long as it has a straight pattern down the length of snake, as yours does appear to have a stripe down the back! Although I wouldn’t say it’s a premium line
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Yea, I’m just excited. This is my first large snake. I love his/her pattern.
     
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    And that’s all that matters bro, don’t let anyone else decide what you should get!

    If you love something, get it!
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    Can I just recommend adding a way for him/her to climb? Coastals 100% make use of any thing they can climb
     
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    Absolutely, I’m waiting on my enclosure to arrive. That’s why I haven’t picked him/her up yet. It will have a 6ft tree with vines coming off. The tree will be right under the heating source.
     
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