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Thread: Zeus my new BP

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    Here is a picture of my new BP (Zeus) that I got a week before Thanksgiving this year.

    Da Wolf

    "The strength of the pack is in the wolf. The strength of the wolf is in the pack." Rudyard Kipling 1894

    1.0 Ball Python (Zeus)
    1.0 Jungle Python (Apollo)

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    That is one nice looking baby bp you got there!!

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    Nice bp man.

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    Thats a sweet BP They're really awesome animals... i got 2 books from the library today that imma read tonight/tommorow

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    I'm like that to. when i bought my little Cherile about a month ago. I became a little scare with her first shed. Because she turn her eyes a silver blue color and that impress me. So I start looking in someweb page that a manual of ball python have and found another place. After that I log in almost veryday and because of that I found this forum and now I'm here. :wink:
    The herp world is very interesting wright!!, now I want almost 15 different type of snake. :lol: . But unfortunetly I can't afford al of the snakes that i want :cry: , that sucks. :x

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    cant have everything at once,well at least you have something to look forward too.
    Cool little snake wolf
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    Nice pattern! He's really bright too
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    Thanks, I really like the way he looks. Right now he isn't that bright, becuase he is getting ready to shed. i will get some pics of him after he has shed. So, I can show off his new brightness .

    I put him in the tub last night to give him a bath and allow him to swim and soak. But for some reason he didn't like being in the water. Soon as I put him in the water he started looking for a way to get out of it. At first I thought that the water might be too cool for him, but it was luke warm (not too warm and not cool). so, I don't if he just doesn't like to be in water or he isn't use to it. He is getting ready to shed, and I have yet to see him soaking in his water dish. Although I have seen him drinking out of it, but he hasn't gotten in it and just enjoyed being in the water.
    Da Wolf

    "The strength of the pack is in the wolf. The strength of the wolf is in the pack." Rudyard Kipling 1894

    1.0 Ball Python (Zeus)
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    not all BP's soak in their water dish i have one that does and one that absolutly freeks if you put it in water
    an alternative solution is making a humid hide box

    if you don't know how to make one just ask and i'll tell ya
    good luck with your snakes first shed
    Girlfriend: Your room smells like reptile!!!
    Me: Are you saying my balls smell??

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    Yeah, I made one for my Corn snake when he was going to shed for the first time, but he never used it and his shed went fine. So, I am not too worried about Zeus's first shed. I try to keep his humidity around 50 - 60%. I think that he maybe one of those snake who just don't like to soak or swim.
    Da Wolf

    "The strength of the pack is in the wolf. The strength of the wolf is in the pack." Rudyard Kipling 1894

    1.0 Ball Python (Zeus)
    1.0 Jungle Python (Apollo)

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