Show us your yawning reptiles

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  1. Tassie97

    Tassie97 Very Well-Known Member

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    must be an albino thing lol :p



    happy lizard! 043.jpg mine is happy anyways :D
     
  2. Rissi

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    Im curious...how come?
     
  3. MR_IAN_DAVO

    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    Because not everyone can have one & it is just teasing our temtation.LOL.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    Basically, it comes down to the fact that I don't have one.
     
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    Well sorry for sharing lol
     
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    Oh thank hell, I thought you were gonna get preachy there for a second about albinos would die in the wild it aint natural blah blah blah (for real...i have heard people say this). But word. I agree with you.

    (and Ian too)
     
  7. MR_IAN_DAVO

    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    Great looking snake, bring it on & share anytime, just jealous is all.LOL.
    Pm me when you breed em, i will still probably have no money by then, i keep buying bloody more snakes.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    what are they worth now days??

    do snakes just yawn randomly or after a feed or something. Ive never seen my 2 do it at all..
     
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    My girl yawns just before she switches from resting mode into her exploring mode. she will literally wake up, look around for about 20 mins, yawn, then go slithering all over my room. Oh and she yawned when I made her watch Bondi Vet one day. haha
     
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    id yawn too if i was forced to look at that face for so long! lol
     
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    my snakes yawn right after a meal and when sheding. I think this is pretty common though.
     
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    So you should be! Aha. No, no. Cheers for sharing. As Ian said, jealousy, jealousy is all it is!

    Lol Rissi, nah, I have an Albino Darwin, nowhere near against it.
    I'd do naughty things to have a white Olive..... but, really, I just have to save.
    Actually Ian and I sound alike... I'll find something else I want and use my Albino Olive fund for that....
    I should dig up a photo or two, enough of this contributing to the thread via words, we all want pics!
    Love a good snake yawn :D
     
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    Last hatchling I saw for sale was $4500.

    We got this girl as a yearling for $8500 plus a free 100% het male from Gavin Bedford.
     
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    A strike and a yawn (strike in image 1, yawn image 2)
     

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    The ones of the jungle are more of an "I'm going to bite the crap out of you" position.
     

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    Mine yawns everytime I hold it, but ill have to get a camera next time, always forget.
     
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    Love your shot of the jungle with the partially open mouth Tahlia...makes me miss having moral eels lol
     
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    ahh save mmeeeeeeeeeee, if you dont ill...illl..illll bite your face so hard youll fart snot lol
     
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