The first head of many

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    Herptology Well-Known Member

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    60 days on the dot at 30.5 (some heat spikes to 32+ on 40+ days)

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    WooHoo! Congrats mate!
     
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    #2 has come out :)

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    #3!

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    They are all out this morning, day 4

    Now I’ll give them a bit to start shedding

    Ps: Kmart has some great 15L click clacks at the moment

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    Beautiful snakes mate congratulations
     
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    Unfortunately one of the small ones has gone walkies overnight...

    A good start :’(

    Now to flip my room upside down
     
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    I hate it when they go walk about good luck
     
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    he is safe and sound! he managed to scale a 9ft wall up ontop of the curtain, and fell on my mums head when she came into my room (i still cant see a path way he took, as its literally a smooth wall between the curtains and nearest ledge like 3-4 ft away)
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    Here’s the escapee

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    I'm Happy u found the one that ran
    I bet mum wasn't happy it fell on her head but lol
    Once again congratulated on the hatch
     
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    Congratulations man

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    first slough have appeared this morning 7/3/20 - 11days after hatching

    heres NEO in all his/her newfound glory -- there is a really bitey one, who already is showing spots of orange

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    they're amazing athletes glad you found him, tiny buggers are so easy to miss and also glad your mum didn't have a heart attack.
    I remember when I got my first pair of pygmy banded pythons and 1 somehow escaped overnight and I tore the room apart looking for her, I thought she was gone forever being so small and what with holes in the floor from old telephone wiring etc. Luckily I found her under the dragon lay box WHEW !!
     
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    I can relate to that! I definitely didnt expect to find it

    theres gaps between the floor where there was never carpet laid and gaps in the ceiling between the wall and "skirting" where it wasnt connected properly... tonnes and tonnes of small gaps, even one close to where he was chilling....

    im hoping to make this thread a sort of "guide" for other noobies to breeding so they can come here and see not to freak out/// when to expect hatches/sheds, as i found it kinda hard to find approximate days for some stuff
     
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    Even larger pythons can be hard to find after escaping. My son had a 6' Darwin escape and we couldn't find it, my son had given up but 1 night about 2 weeks later I heard this crashing noise in his room and I went in to find the Darwin pushing books off the shelf. In 2 weeks it had moved less than 2 metres from it's enclosure and yet we couldn't find it. Go figure
     
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    Here are 2 of my favourites currently — whoever gets them I’m sure will be very happy in a year time when their colours peak!

    I’ve decided I’ll only be keeping neo as I’ll be moving soon and space will be very limited

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