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    Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Good afternoon all! Just starting up (yet another) progression thread, this time with something a little different. Today I received my female Merauke scrub python from Dan at DMExotics, and lemme tell you she is a stunner! I handled her for a bit and now I'm gonna be letting her settle in for about a week or so.
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Very cool!

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    Well done!!

    I was so close to doing the same with DM Exotics. I decided on a SD X Dwarf retic. But if I ever add another. Scrub is what it will be.

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    Thanks guys! I was deciding between a scrub or a burm for a long time, but I figured because scrubs are a little less common I would go with them They still have negative connotations since a lot are still WC, but from what I've seen its just like any other species where the more you work with them, the more calm they become
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by spazhime View Post
    Thanks guys! I was deciding between a scrub or a burm for a long time, but I figured because scrubs are a little less common I would go with them They still have negative connotations since a lot are still WC, but from what I've seen its just like any other species where the more you work with them, the more calm they become
    It will be a great display snake should you set it up that way. Highly arboreal and from what I hear, rather active.

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    Scrubs are way fun and cool. Congrats!
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    Thanks! She is settling in nicely and I figured I'd grab some more pics, when I discovered she has a light blue tone to the scales on her lips! Very interesting
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    She reminds me of a retic, very pretty.

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

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    She reminds me of a retic, very pretty.

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    I think they are very similar. A Timor python reminds me of a natural scrub and retic cross.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=timo...vPnVTnIm1WM%3A

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    It seems to remind others of that as well.

    I'll take one of each LOL!

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I think they are very similar. A Timor python reminds me of a natural scrub and retic cross.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=timo...vPnVTnIm1WM%3A

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nli3u8bZNAQ

    It seems to remind others of that as well.

    I'll take one of each LOL!
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