Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by Blake182, Feb 15, 2012.
A Ball python in the UK called Joe.....
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this is doris, she is 14 months old, pygmy stimmi. very sweet snakey
My first pet snake was a male tanami woma
Woma by Fang101, on Flickr
Aspidites Ramsayi (Tanami Form) by Fang101, on Flickr
First was a Stimi, sadly that one pulled a Houdini and has not been seen since, second and current SWCP that admittedly i like more as shes bigger
I have Barrie, a Stimmie....can be seen on my photo album. He'll be 4 at the end of March. He'll be my one and only and I love him to bits.
how do you stop yourself at 1 GrannieAnnie? i wish i had that self control..
i also had an atherton jungle. had her for almost 3 years.. but she got uncontrollable in the end. she was my baby girl used to curl up on my arm in a ball and sleep while id watch a movie.. then she slowly changed
If I was your age...sure I'd get more...but I have a few things to consider....my age and hubby is 77 this year, also I've had cancer...so I don't know what my long term future is, or how long it will be. I'm the main carer for the snake, and I'm not sure if hubby would want to care for him on his own if anything happened to me. My dream was to have a snake, I've fulfilled that dream.....so I'm content under my circumstance.
A spotted python, now 5 years old called sagara.
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Mine was a male coastal (hector). got him as a hatchy
Little tiny copperhead i found years (and years) ago.
A YF Whip that I caught on a scout camp and stowed home in a billy.
My first pet snake that l gained access to in August 1989 was a Childrens Python from Brian Barnett, where the very first snake l ever saw out in the wild in 1974 in the Eastern Suburb of Burwood here in Melbourne, was a Red Bellied-Black Snake which l caught myself when l was 8 years old.
a yearling md from hawkesbury reptiles. glad i got it from the breeder i did, was the perfect choice for my family and i. he will always be special to me, no matter how many i get!
Any more come on peeps
a b****y spotted python
p.s she was just in that enclosure while i was cleaning her actual one ... I don't keep her in a tiny glass enclosure permanately
I had a "sanca bodo" (Python molurus bivittatus) back in 1996 in Indonesia. A friend found the hatchling on a camping trip up a mountain in West Java and brought it home for me. I had her for 2 years before I moved to Australia and had to give her away along with the rest of my zoo (2 water snakes, 2 iguanas, a dozen hamsters and the list goes on).
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The bitch from hell , amazing I ever got another one after her lol
An Olive, she's in shed so she looks pretty drab..
my first and only atm is my jungle. i also called him trousa.