Then and now

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by Varanoidea, Nov 2, 2013.

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  1. Trimeresurus

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    Some of the best species there getarealdog
     
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    So nice to see a onslaught of elapids.
     
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    At a couple of weeks, and 12 months.
     

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    Yearling in the first pic when I got her .Now just over 4 yr old in the second and latest pic .
     
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  7. Trimeresurus

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    Let's face it, every python pic just looks the same. ;)
     
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    First day I bought her home IMG_0657.jpg IMG_0658.jpg IMG_0659.jpg


    Now(1 1/2 years later) IMG_1968.jpg IMG_1971.jpg IMG_1972.jpg IMG_2008.jpg IMG_2014.jpg
     
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    The babies and the beasties, great pics :)
     
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    [​IMG][​IMG] my jungle Steve at about 4 months and then at about 2.5 years [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    STEVE!!!

    Good name :)
     
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    Hahaha, yeah....I did name him after the great man himself
     
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    Steve the Jungle reminds me of my boy!

    Moose's photo that I selected him from (JPM9 = Jungle Python Male #9) and a comparison to him at 18 months old.

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    And this is him about a month ago, he loves to get out on the lawn and letterbox for a stretch. He will be 3 years this coming January and is about 1.6m long now and gets fed every 2-4 weeks (Depending on Time of Year)

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    Who moi?
     
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    I think Lawra was talking about you.lol.
     
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    Moose is a good looking lad!
     
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    little babies to big fatties!
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    Love how ewds look even more unimpressed as adults than beardies . So adorable!
     
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    My mates all refer to them as miniature Veloceraptors, especially with the head twitch to the side, very Jurassic Park-like.
    They really do look like they're grumpy all the time though.
     
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