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    The ATB Collection

    These are the collection of ATBs. The first three were just born here 12/23/10



    Really unique patterns to these 2. First in shed










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    How cool is that!


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    5th pic down looks like he is tied in knots hahah! Awesome pics
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    Re: The ATB Collection

    Thanks Monster Dodge! She/He always seems to curl all crazy every time I have it out

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    Re: The ATB Collection

    Awesome little creatures!

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    Re: The ATB Collection

    Thanks ballpythonluvr! I really love how diverse ATB coloration and patterning can be

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    Awesome animals! My buddy has one and I love how long and slender they are. Are they all nippy and that just comes with the territory of owning one? I can hold his, but after a little bit, I'll be talking to him, and feel her try and strike near my face. LOL
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    Re: The ATB Collection

    The Hedgehog ~ For the most part they are all pretty bitey...by working quickly I can pick some of them up and they're pretty calm just hanging out on my hand. Some though don't let me get near them without a hook, some let me pick them up without any problems and then will just bite me out of nowhere haha. I also have a few that let me work in they're cages without bothering to move, while others quickly go to attack. Overall most are bitey, but a great snake either way...just better for display

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    Great ATBs man they are beautiful, i like the last picture the most it is awesome that would make a great avatar. Ive been looking into getting a ATB this thread just sealed the deal lol.Hopefully i can pick one up at the upcoming expo or find somewhere online with good prices.
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    The orange is so pretty! I've always kind of wanted an ATB, but i also enjoy not being a pincushion yanno?

    I do love their variation. That last pic is the best! Primed and ready for bites! Something interests them and soon they will investigate that with their faces.

    Have you noticed your candoia being a little.....mouthy? They aren't big biters (at least mine aren't) but if they are interested in something they will open their mouths, take a taste and decide to let go after they get enough information.

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