Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by Hamalicious, Jan 4, 2013.
so she may get twice as big!?!?
not an australian one, but this is my sorong scrub
beat me to it haha
Great photo mate!
Keep the photos coming people
So when can we expect the wallaby farm to start its operations?
Don't know about about a wallaby farm but have an abundant supply of feral neighbourhood kids around here .Sure the parents wouldn't miss a few hahaha .
I have a feeling you probably shouldn't farm kids...
Anyone have Scrubby Hatchlings popping their heads out?
wow, finally someone that actully feeds his pythons! wow. joemal, how old is that.
She is 4yr yr old so still got some growing to do .
Joemal that is so impressive what a beautiful animal congrats. Just wondering how many rabbits she gets and how often...
Only a baby around 5ft we have in store at the moment
Wow amazing amazon I didn't realise you had a scrubby in store, but then I was a bit distracted by the cute baby BHP.
She goes through a 1 - 1.5 kg rabbit every 7 to 10 days depending on her attitude .Easiest way to keep her happy is to keep the feeding up to her .Tried stretching it out longer but couldn't get into her enclosure to clean .Not saying she has a psychotic side to her but she is very smart .Lets me in but waits in ambush when i try to get back out .Love her to bits though and would never get rid of her .
Mine never got their black.
My 2 year old boy.
Ive heard about high yellow scrubby's but i've never seen a photo, does anyone have pics or info on scrubby's like this?
bump? would love to see some more.
Hahahaha no wonder it was placid (Spotted).Scrubbies are last snake you should even think about owning as your first one .There are keepers on here that have been around snakes for years and still would never own one . Nice Spotted though and atleast you wont have to worry about it trying to eat you ....
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I was very excited all of yesterday because i knew that today, i would get to play with this girl. She belongs to a friend of mine, by far the tamest scrub i have every heard of, she's 4 years old and has never bitten and loves attention. As scrubby owners know, this is no reason to become complacent and the owner is well aware of this, she never even unlocks the enclosure unless there is another person standing next to her. It was very good to be able to play with a scrub that was this calm though. Just makes me want to own one even more.