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Guest gouk

Green tree python again ( juvenile)

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Guest Ben

He's very cute :!: A very beautiful little snake :-D

 

This is this kind of photo that which shall make me begin with snakes :wink:

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Guest Seth

Oh, he's so cute :)

How old is he? He looks so young!

 

For Ben: Why haven't you got some snakes?

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Guest Cando'Miam

Hi guys ! your english seems quit good ! and for fooding is it as well as he's kind ???

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Guest Ben

Well... let's talk english in this post. Our forum becomes multilanguage :D Thank you gouk !

 

I haven't snakes yet because I prefere lizards and I don't realy like the huge part that snakes takes in 'terrario' (I don't know how to translate 'terrario'... Not so good my english :wink: ) There is so many interesting species !

Probably psychological reason in it :lol::wink:

 

But, it's true that this snake is absolutely wonderfull. I'll probably try to maintain and reproduce some... one day...

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Guest gouk

lol, in my honnest opinion, this snake wouldnt be the best one for a first snake, because it's so hard to keep it in good conditions for captivity. Indeed the humidity should be high each time of the day and moreover the breeding isnt as easy as cornsnakes.

 

The whole snake is a 2 months chondropython, and is born from Aru parents; but i'm sure he's gonna be blue when adult...

The only problem is that he refuses to eat by himself, and i have to force-feed him... which means lot of stress for him... and me...

Have fun everybody cya :)

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Guest greg 07

il est vraiment superbe :wink: mais moi je comprend rien a l'anglais :oops: j'aurai du suivre les cours a l'ecole :D

 

 

ciao greg 07

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Guest Ben

MDR greg :D:wink: Suffit de s'y mettre :idea:

 

Yes, I know that chondropython are very hard to keep in captivity, but starting with cornsnake doesn't enthusiasm me :? Everybody have it and it's not as much interresting than chondropython. The only thing I don't like in this snake, is that -normaly- I couldn't handle it... But yours seems to accept it. May be it's linked to his feeding problems. Not enough aggressive...

 

And you say that he would becomes blue :!: :shock: Don't forget to put photos on the board when he start his color change.

 

See u

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Guest COBRA ROYAL

gouhky mon ami !!!!!!!!! enfin je te retrouve!!!!!!!!!

repon !!!!!!!

je te vois plus sur cara et msn!!!!!!!!!

c moi cobra royal ou boa emeraude rapel toi c moi david!!!!!!

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Guest stremer

very nice little snake and good luck for the feeding

 

ben you can handle it if it's an aru or a sorong during the day

but not as often as a corn snake

the biak are :evil:

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Guest equinoxe

flo: desolé que ta mere n'en veuille pas...

les autres: c'est cool l'anglais aussi...

dites??? y en a encore qui parle français???

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Guest Darkjeys & Darkcatt

Pas d'accord avec toi Flo ! Nous ne trouvons pas que ce soit le plus beau, mais chacun ses gouts :D

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bon, Ok, c'est l'un des plus beaux!!

 

C'est vrai que les morelia Spilota (Cheyneï/Mc Dowelli) sont également très beau!

 

D'ailleurs j'en veux bien un en cadeau!! ;o)

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Guest Darkjeys & Darkcatt

Faut pas rêver !!! :nop:

Nous fournissons les terrariums vides !

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