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    Pretty equal in growth at least I think, compared to the SD/Dwarf retics some of us have. My 5 foot measurement may be slightly under or over. More likely on the lesser side though.

    My guy is 8.5 months old.

    Your scrubby is looking great, and that head of her's is starting to get big.

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    Wow, those eyes!!
    ...life is beautiful...

    "Every man dies, not every man really lives"
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    I've noticed that! Her growth seems to be on par with retics. I can tell she should be an impressive specimen as an adult
    And I agree, her eyes are gorgeous!
    Also, I have figured out what type of lighting to use to capture her golds correctly! Needs to be a very gentle white light
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Whoa she is pretty. LOVE her eyes

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by spazhime View Post
    I've noticed that! Her growth seems to be on par with retics. I can tell she should be an impressive specimen as an adult
    And I agree, her eyes are gorgeous!
    Also, I have figured out what type of lighting to use to capture her golds correctly! Needs to be a very gentle white light
    Yes!

    I think you scored there. Beautiful pictures.

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    Thank you! I have to agree there Tali is at 229g today!



    She is also a giant goober!
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by spazhime View Post
    Thank you! I have to agree there Tali is at 229g today!



    She is also a giant goober!
    Once again, looking great.

    What an exciting species!

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    Thank you! I agree, they are incredibly intelligent and such a pleasure to own!
    Just want to show off her disposition a little more too, she is so calm
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    Tali got a small change to her cage set up, I made half moss half coco husk substrate! She seems to prefer the moss



    And, I was able to get some good shots of her as well
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Best tub set up ever! I love it. Even better looking snake. How are you heating it? UTH or something overhead?


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