Top 5 Elite snakes to keep.

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  1. krusty

    krusty Almost Legendary

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    4. Amazon tree boa(yes I know we cant get em)


    yes we can your just not ment to keep them....lol
     
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    3 Bandy Bandy (can you keep those??)

    not in victoria but not a 100% on the other states.
     
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    my wish list:
    - coastal carpet
    - normal phase mac
    - grey beardie
    - marble gecko (not marble velvet)
    - eastern bluey


    hopefully one day i will be able to afford one of each of these animals on my list :D hahahaha


    but all jokes aside my fav herp is one of my coastals.
     
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    1. Water Python - east QLD
    2. Tiger Snake - Don't ask what type I'd put as #1, but preferably a few.
    3. Death Adder - probably either Barkly or top of the range Djarras, but preferably a few types.
    4. Woma, Topaz, again, plus more types preferably.
    5. Children's Python - patternless, preferably other types as well.
    6. Red-bellied Black Snake, one of the southern forms with a bright red belly and dark head.

    Probably not quite in that order. I put in six because I'd be unable to decide which to exclude.
     
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    WA Stimmies
    BHP's
    Albino Olive
     
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    1 death adder
    2 olive python
    3 taipan
    4 tiger snake
    5 diamond python
     
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    Oenpelli
    Perthensis
    Hypo Bredli
    Uluru Woma
    RSP

    :p

    Hix
     
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    1. Night Tiger
    2. Topaz Tanami Woma
    3. RSP
    4. GTP
    5. Scrubby

    i'm sure my list order changes on a daily basis... but Night Tiger will always be at the top!
     
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    1.) Gaboon Viper
    2.) Coastals
    3.) Djarra Death Adder
    4.) Red Belly Black Snake
    5.) Green Mamba
     
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    Look at all the elpapid lovers

    1 - BLACK TIGER SNAKES!!!! There are that many different types they propbably take up the whole top five :p
    2 - Mulga's, again, all sorts :D
    3 - Inland Taipans
    4 - Albino Olives
    5 - Woma's

    Why only five choices!!!!

    Coastal tais, waters, eastern tigers, browns of all sorts & blue bellied blacks follow closey
     
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    1.Black headed pythons (orchre bloodline)
    2. Tanamai woma python
    3.Green tree python
    4.Olive python
    5.Diamond python (creamy patterned and High grade yellow)
     
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    oh and for elapids
    1. Death adder (top end form)
    2.Eastern brown
    3.Coastal taipan
    4.Tiger snakes
    5.Red bellied-black snake
     
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    Hmm...tough choice.

    Coastal Taipans will always be at number one for me.
    Speckled Browns for number two.
    Inland Taipans
    Pilbara Adders
    Butlers Snake
     
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    1. Oenpelli python
    2 Albino Olive
    3 RSP
    4 calico BHP
    5 pygmy spotted python
     
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    1: Childrens- patternless, t+, normals just can't get enough of them.
    2: RSP or Albino Darwin, love them both but with their price they share 2nd place since they are unlikely to happen for me unless i get some hets.
    3: Bredli- Classics over hypo but both will do.
    4: Anything aspidites
    5: Colletts
     
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    Top 5 and of which I have kept
    1. Boelens Python
    2. King Cobra
    3. Gaboon Viper
    4. Rhino viper or Riverjack
    5. Halmahera scrub python
     
  18. DanTheReptileMan

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    if I could have exotics

    1. Yellow Eye Lash Viper!
    2. Luecsistic (spelling?) Ball Python
    3. Pastal Ball Python
    4. Gaboon Viper
    5. Burmese Python
     
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    1. Diamond python
    2. Collett's
    3. Tiger snake
    4. Pale-headed snake
    5. Green tree python
     
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    You have actually kept Boelens ? You lucky lucky man. I saw some in Bali years ago, such beautiful snakes.

     
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