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    Just thought that I would post a pic.




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    The snake is very pretty. Nice deep red tones on her/his tail.

    But I was just wondering why so much poo? Does she have runny poo often? The light brown stuff really looks like it's been runny. Has the snake been checked for parasites? Not trying to be pushy, just wondering.
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    That is off of her half log. The bark falls off from time to time, when I pick it up to take the picture if must have flaked off.

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    The other "string" like objest is the probe to check my temps underneath the warm hide.

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    Got my enclosure set up...

    OHHHH, duh... Yep it does look like bark, huh? Sorry. Yeah I knew that black part was the probe, but wasn't sure about the bark. It is kind of late... LoL She is pretty though. I hope to get a boa someday. My parents don't care just as long as I don't keep it here.

    Here's something pretty funny I just figured out.
    I was playing some frog sounds to see what my White's would do, and he started "trying" to talk. It was so cute. Mind you, he's only 3 months old. Such a goofy boy.
    --Becky--
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    Becky, I had a bullfrog who did that. I would be playing music and he would actually "sing" along. He had a penchant for Depeche Mode.

    Nice boa Tony. They are so cute at that age.
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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