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    The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Big Gunns is still trying to get the hang of the procedure to post a pic here, so it looks like he's going to post one pic at a time until the so called "genius" figures out how to post multiple pics.

    Here is BG's first attempt. Many fellow forum losers(BG calls everyone this) like BG may have seen this pic posted elsewhere. This is the Candyball and one of Pete's Lavs when BG first delivered it to him. The Candy is about 150 to 200 grams, and the Lav is at least 250 grams.

    BG is going to post two more pics, so you might wanna wait to respond....if you're gonna respond anyway.

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Here is the same Candy at Pete's at about 450 grams. The pic is taken on one of his carts with obviously no special lighting.


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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    All i have to say is wow ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Here is the Candy breeding when he first came in. He was a stud from the very beginning. He actually came in when BG was in Europe. BG had a buddy pic him up and place him in a rack with a couple of females right away. Big Gunns got back and it was the first thing he looked at. The Stud(like BG) was locked up with a fat female.

    In case you're wondering why no quarantine. It was right in the middle of breeding season and only a fool would wait around to quarantine the animal. Anyway...Ball Pythons right out of the wild are not huge carriers of disease. BG has never had a problem.


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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    OK....hopefully this will straighten a few things out about the Candyball. As you can see from the adult breeding pic......the Candy does have some yellow in it that you don't see in the Toffee. They are most likely the same though, but maybe not compatible.


    Hopefully you all like Big Gunns pics. He knows he's no expert, but you don't need to be an expert to take pics of these animals.

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Not to question your ways Neil (BG) But I think a few people are going to give you hell for the no QT. I could care less, not my animals! . Sweet pics and thanks for sharing!

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    Not to question your ways Neil (BG) But I think a few people are going to give you hell for the no QT. I could care less, not my animals! . Sweet pics and thanks for sharing!

    Like that would be something new.

    The Candyman is still alive and kicking and so is every female he ever had his way with. It was just waaaayy to big a risk to quarantine it right away.$$$$$$$$$$(you'd understand if it was you). Anyway, like BG said...he has never had a problem. Ball Pythons out of the wild never(not never, but never for BG) pass on anything. The main thing is to treat the adults for internal parasites.

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    gotta love the first pic!, the ''candyball'''is really something special big gunns
    wish i had one in my rack!!.....or two!.....

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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    Big gunns like the attitude..! and the animals!
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    Re: The Candyball revealed to BP.net

    AP Likes that. Last Time AP saw candy he was at the store. AP likes that candy way more. AP also thinks quarantines overrated. to a point. AP quarantines..maybe not as long as most would say AP should though.

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