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    I took Apache, my ever-growing bci, outside a few days ago. Just out on the front lawn, but we are far away from the road and neighbors, so it's safe.. When I set him onto the ground, he began sidewinding just like the sidewinders you see on TV. It was really funny looking! I picked him up, and he immediately calmed down.
    Maybe the grass just felt alien and weird to him? I thought for a second that he had turned into a rattler...
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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    0.1 normal; 1.1 albino. 1.0 pied; 0.1 het pied; 1.0 banana.

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    That is funny. Hissy likes to turn herself into a cobra whenever she scoots across the rub. It cracks me up! Identity Crisis hotline, how can we help you!?
    Life is like a game of poker. You can play each hand to the best of your ability but you are still going to run into a bad beat from time to time. What matters is how you handle it. Do you go on tilt or can you maintain your composure & rebuild your stack?

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    My snakes seem to do some weird things on the grass at first too. Also if I change their substrate from newspaper to reptibark or anything like that. They don't seem too comfortable with sudden changes in whats underneath them. Every time I have changed types of substrate my BCI will go on top of his hide so he doesn't have to touch the substrate!
    C.E.H. 12/14/86 ---> 12/23/03
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    I think it is cute when hubby's baby california king snake thinks that he is a rattler and rattles his tale. Oh Mr. BadButt, I am so scared. :lol:
    0.3 Leopard Gecko (Cricket, Princess, Kimberly) 0.1 Cat (Meechie) 1.1 kids and a hubby who has 1.0 red tail boa (Jay) 1.0 ball python (Silent Bob) and my daughter has 0.0.1 Bahama Anole (Liz) and 0.0.1 White Lined Gecko (Boots)

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    I've seen a week old BP who thought he was an eight foot western diamond back :shock: :lol: I was like, "ooooooooooooooohhhhhhh i'm sooooooooo scaaaaaaaared." :lol:
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