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Thread: Epic's journey

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    Re: Epic's journey

    Epic came out and off his perch last night. So far he has been a perfect gentleman while out. He just gets his little mist when I first open his tub, then he's like ok, no food this time, lol. He still just has the one, lone green scale. Sorry for cell pics.













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    I missed these 2. One you can kind of see his green scale better. The other you can see he is getting some size. He was soooo tiny when I got him.



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    Nice! I figured we would be greening up quite a bit by now, but I have never owned one so I wouldn't really know.
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    Re: Epic's journey

    Quote Originally Posted by Andybill View Post
    Nice! I figured we would be greening up quite a bit by now, but I have never owned one so I wouldn't really know.
    Thanks! They usually start at about a year old. And then they can go fast, or take their time. He isn't a year until December. So he should start changing pretty good here soon.
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    Re: Epic's journey

    Quote Originally Posted by DooLittle View Post
    Thanks! They usually start at about a year old. And then they can go fast, or take their time. He isn't a year until December. So he should start changing pretty good here soon.

    Just don't hold your breath. Our little GTP is 20 months now, and only has about 3 very faint green scales. Epic looks good.

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    Re: Epic's journey

    Quote Originally Posted by DooLittle View Post
    Thanks! They usually start at about a year old. And then they can go fast, or take their time. He isn't a year until December. So he should start changing pretty good here soon.
    Well IMO the longer he keeps his colors the better. He is awesome!
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    Re: Epic's journey

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    Well IMO the longer he keeps his colors the better. He is awesome!
    Thanks! Yeah I like him yellow too. I don't really care how long it takes him. I wondered what his adult green would end up like, and if his one scale is any clue, he's going to be the pretty lime green I had hoped for.
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    Re: Epic's journey

    Cleaning Epic last night, look what I found! Another green scale, as well as some blue coming in! He's still small, so I didn't notice the blue until I got the pictures loaded to my phone. Much easier to see on a macro picture than a busy moving snake. I can't believe he is a year old!







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    Re: Epic's journey

    What a great set of photos! Thanks for updating this thread.

    It looks like we have photographers in training of the same age. Do you have any suggestions from teaching your kid to shoot? (Please remember I'm not as skilled a photographer as you!) Do you let her use the "good" camera? I'm a bit protective of mine.

    I don't mean to hijack the thread, so feel free to pm me or start another thread over in photography!
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