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    Photos from some reptile zoos in Germany (DUW)

    First I would like to say that I am no photographer so I apologize for the amature photographs. Second, I do not have a camera, since I broke mine in Afghanistan, so all photos are taken on my I phone. None the less, I hope everyone enjoys the photos, I will not label the species as I assume the majority here can figure out what everything is, and because there are a couple I cannot even remember what they are.

    Enjoy!

    Reptilienzoo Regensburg

























    0.1 Albino
    0.2 Classic
    0.1 Het. Red Axanthic
    0.1 Mojave h. Ghost
    0.1 Pastel
    0.1 Spider h. Ghost
    1.0 Black Pastel
    1.0 Blue Eye Leucistic h. Ghost
    1.0 Lesser
    1.0 Pastel h. Ghost

    0.1 Morelia bredli
    0.0.1 Varanus acanthurus (Silly)
    0.1 Brachypelma auratum
    0.1 Scottisch Fold (Tipsy)
    0.1 Abyssinian (Prim)

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    Reptilienzoo Kirchberg im Wald




































    0.1 Albino
    0.2 Classic
    0.1 Het. Red Axanthic
    0.1 Mojave h. Ghost
    0.1 Pastel
    0.1 Spider h. Ghost
    1.0 Black Pastel
    1.0 Blue Eye Leucistic h. Ghost
    1.0 Lesser
    1.0 Pastel h. Ghost

    0.1 Morelia bredli
    0.0.1 Varanus acanthurus (Silly)
    0.1 Brachypelma auratum
    0.1 Scottisch Fold (Tipsy)
    0.1 Abyssinian (Prim)

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    Thanks for sharing! That last closeup of the Gabon Viper is just too cool!
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    Very beautiful! Any idea what that black one with the yellow bands is?
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    Re: Photos from some reptile zoos in Germany (DUW)

    Quote Originally Posted by Annarose15 View Post
    Very beautiful! Any idea what that black one with the yellow bands is?
    I am guessing you mean the boiga dendrophila or mangrove snake.

    0.1 Albino
    0.2 Classic
    0.1 Het. Red Axanthic
    0.1 Mojave h. Ghost
    0.1 Pastel
    0.1 Spider h. Ghost
    1.0 Black Pastel
    1.0 Blue Eye Leucistic h. Ghost
    1.0 Lesser
    1.0 Pastel h. Ghost

    0.1 Morelia bredli
    0.0.1 Varanus acanthurus (Silly)
    0.1 Brachypelma auratum
    0.1 Scottisch Fold (Tipsy)
    0.1 Abyssinian (Prim)

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    Photos from some reptile zoos in Germany (DUW)

    Quote Originally Posted by eatgoodfood View Post
    I am guessing you mean the boiga dendrophila or mangrove snake.
    Yes! Love the contrast.
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    Nice pics ty for sharing.

    Some of the vipers blend in with the background and themselves so well, by the time I got the last 2 pics my eyes were going out of focus. Of course, my vision could be better.
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    0.0.1 Yellow Rat Snake(Dijon)
    0.0.1 Madagascar Speckled Hognose(Granola)[RIP]
    1.0.0 Albino Nelson's Milk snake(Candy Cane)
    1.0.0 Lesser BP(Creme Brulee)
    1.0.0 Mojo BP(Brownie)
    0.1.0 Black Motley Corn snake(Anisette)
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    Re: Photos from some reptile zoos in Germany (DUW)

    Wow for camera phone shots they are really good. Thanks for sharing brightened my day at work

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    Re: Photos from some reptile zoos in Germany (DUW)

    So many dragons! Makes me want to skip work tomorrow and just go the zoo.
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    Thank you for the pictures! They have a lot of variety and venomous ones. What's up with the dragons' faces though? Their little snouts are all smushed, like they have MBD, O_o. Do they take in rescues?
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    2.1 BCI; 1.0 BP; 1.0 Corn; 1.0 Honduran Milksnake; 1.0 Brazilian Rainbow Boa; 0.1 Dumeril's Boa; 1.0 Texas Ratsnake; 1.0 Calico Black Ratsnake; 1.1 Western Hognose; 0.1 Beardie; 0.1 Tawny Plated Lizard; 1.0 Blue-Tongue Skink; 0.1 Crestie; 0.1 Spiny-tailed Iguana; 0.0.1 Chaco Striped Knee Tarantula
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    1.0 Corn
    1.0 Red-Foot Tortoise
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