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    Well, you heard me, and I'm soooo excited about them. Well, they were abandoned in an apartment building recently, so I got ahold of them. They are both hatchlings, about 175 grams a piece. One is kind of messed up (just some old shed stuck on her) but she's chubby, and the other one is opposite of that. Alittle on the skinny side, but clean as a button. I probed them out to be 1.1, so I guess I got kind of lucky. The male (the clean one) has already taken a f/t rat pup for me. Woohoo... I decided to snap a few quick shots of him just now to show you all the cuteness.. The female was hiding, and in shed so I'll leave her alone for a bit...

    Think of names! I'm so bad at that! lol..















    Sorry for the low-quality pics, I wanted to hurry and let him settle back down...

    Anyway, thanks for looking.. I'll get pictures up of the female once she sheds and eats for me.
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    I got two new babies last week!!

    Yay! Very cool. How about Pancho and Lefty? Or Sonny and Cher? Or Slim and Curly?
    3.1.1 BP (Snyder, Hanover, Bo Peep, Sir NAITF, Eve), 1.2.3 Rhacodactylus ciliatus (Sandiego, Carmen, Scooby, Camo, BABIES ), 1.0 Chow (Buddha), 0.2 cats (Jezebel, PCBH "Nanners"), 0.3 humans
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    Hehe...Slim and Curly....I like those! The slim snake will get nice and chubby and the one with "curly" stuck on sheds will get clean and sleek.... Very cool name idea, Marla! I was gonna try and come up with a couple, but now I'm stuck on those...LOL
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    Oh, and Jennifer....beautiful little guy you got there! He's a real looker!

    I didn't think the pics were "low quality" at all, either.
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    I noticed a lot of pics of bp's in here, the bp's are very shiny and vibrant. Mine is very dull and not so vibrant.... How do you get them so shiny and beautiful?
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    sexing baby balls...

    Well, I think most ball pythons are supposed to have a shiny, or at least clean and smooth looking scale-coat (lol) if they are healthy. Are you sure Hydra isn't about to shed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLC
    Hehe...Slim and Curly....I like those! The slim snake will get nice and chubby and the one with "curly" stuck on sheds will get clean and sleek.... Very cool name idea, Marla! I was gonna try and come up with a couple, but now I'm stuck on those...LOL
    :lol: Glad you like them. I like going with the less predictable, in case you haven't guessed that yet, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freakoverdose1
    I noticed a lot of pics of bp's in here, the bp's are very shiny and vibrant. Mine is very dull and not so vibrant.... How do you get them so shiny and beautiful?
    Mustache wax and regular buffing.

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    LMAO...

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    Hi jennifer,
    beautiful snakes!
    I am glad they are in such a good home now!
    I bet they will both be up to tip top health very shortly.
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