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Well, for a friend, but still, I'm holding onto it for a few days.

Its a Tiger retic that's het for albino.









Glad its not mine. Don't wanna deal with her when she's 25+ feet.
 

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What's up RBraczyk? Where you been hiding? Spending Forum time with the snakes huh? j/k I wouldn't want to deal with her at 25 feet either. Talk about a "slippery" situation. :D
 

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Cool pictures.

Did your buddy feed the serpent
before you started babysitting?
I hope so, or you will have to.
Reptile owners are their own
breed. I wouldn't consider myself
one; but, constructed and have duly
maintained a 'turtle habitat thing' for
about 15 years now.
I like turtles, but don't touch them
and shit like snake owners.
Like I said, reptile people are their own
special breed.

Best Regards,


TomDeville
:cool2:
 

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I am not a snake lover at all. I live in the country, near several ponds, so I get cottonmouths twice that size. A few Copperheads too, and for the uneducated they are not to be messed with. They usually have a bullet and a shovel in their near future if they show up around my house :thepan: . The type that are scared shitless of you I dont mind, but the ones that just lay in the grass and attack the shovel that you put in front of it, they die. Pet pythons and boas are pretty cool though, I still wouldn't own one, but they are kinda cool. Neat pictures BTW.
 

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Elvis said:
Don't turn it loose in Florida when you get bored with it.
Its alright, I won't, and I'll make sure the kid who I bought it for doesn't. Hopefully it'll eat him one night he forgets to close the cage.

Releasing them in the everglades is extremely irresponsible. Those people should be knocked unconscious and fed to their snakes.
 

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Thanks.

Um, remember that Burmese python that blew up after eating the gator....

Burm's are native to India.....

Yea, exactly
 

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93fleetwoodlowlow said:
stupid question: what happens when they are released in florida? nice snake btw.
We have a major problem here with people getting rid of this snakes here in the Everglades. They are not native and are messing with the food chain here.
 
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