Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by PimmsPythons, Mar 5, 2012.
expo was awesome. huge thanks to everyone who exhibited and came along. biggest one yet with around 2000 people coming along to check it out. some nice surprises including the melanistic coastal carpet on display(hopefully will be doing some work with him this year)photos of the expo will come later when i get a chance.
any pictures people ???
OMG teasing or what?! Cant wait for the photo's now to see what it was like there.
Will have pics today sometime - only got home late last night....
Good to see some new faces and different reptiles.. Slimebo you still owe me an albino as promised I delivered on the 14 foot carpet snake..
Come on Dude, I was there, but where is the proof????
NO photo yet. & i don't know if Paula took one.
mate have a drink on me.
a few photos
and the melenistic coastal carpet
Good photos Simon & hopefully more to come.
Can I tell you why i do this stuff?? I am going to anyway.
After the last couple of weeks, we have had with our daughters wedding, a trip to north Qld & then the Gladstone reptile expo thrown in on top of all that. Yah glad to be back home in our comforts & all.
But hey we had a family from Clermont, with thier young boy 13 yrs age, just got his licence visit us this morning.
The very day after the expo that we have just talked our guts out about & went through it all again with them.
You know what, I enjoyed it. A couple of reasons _ one because they could see my older bigger snakes even though he had just been fed, to a lot of peoples amazement i got him out & he presented himself very nicely within 1 half hour of feeding.
So this showed the young fellow my reasoning & also my defence if he was to want more food. So entertaining all around.
The young fellow was very interested in all of our snakes & at the same time carrying with him the little carpet python that he was buying for a measly $100. He had bought a click clack container with him the exact same size as mrs Davo had told him & it was so easy to pass over the snake with one of our containers that had the apropriate ventilatation/perches rather than do whilst he was there.
So a new proud owner of a Carpet python that might bring new dimensions to the world.
That is why we do the expos & breed reptiles so as others can learn the secrets that we all hold.
14 ft carpet snake
as promised Photos to Prove it, cant wait to pick up my new albino, i think ill call him "lucky"
is slimebo simon pimm ??? just wondering because this account is jayden foura
yes and i think that benji should put some photos up considering i took them all ahaha??!!!
technically not a snake derek.no albino for you