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    Gorgeous!! The pictures are incredible!!

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    She looks incredible! Those eyes are stunning.

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    That animal is absolutely phenomenal. Iím so glad you happened upon such a calm specimen. Iíd love the idea of a scrub in my collection someday but that will require some serious forethought and planning. Cheers to many more enjoyable years with such a great critter!


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    I have these same thoughts.
    But I think Iíll enjoy from a far.
    Looking great.

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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I have these same thoughts.
    But I think Iíll enjoy from a far.
    Looking great.
    Yea, unfortunately, they aren't all so nice lol
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Your girl is the bee's knees Spaz! And you take excellent photos. I still don't know how you get her to stay so still! It's so cool to see such a mellow scrub. Especially one with some size on it. I was watching my male basking the other day and realized that he's usually very calm inside his enclosure and I think he's getting better overall. He doesn't strike at the glass or stay in his "S" pose anymore. It's only when I disturb him that he gets a bit jumpy. I've accepted the fact that he prefers to be left alone more than my other snakes. He's so beautiful though. I have to take him out sometimes. He hasn't taken a swipe at me in months and only musks about half the time now. I still don't trust him anywhere near my face though. He handles so much differently than my other snakes too. His strike range and range of motion are so long. While I wouldn't recommend them for beginners I do think they're an awesome species to keep. Mine is still winning me over.
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    Re: Merauke scrub python female, progression thread

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    His strike range and range of motion are so long.
    And their speed is ridiculous!
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    0.1.0 Merauke Scrub Python "Victoria"
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    Thanks everyone! I am very lucky to have gotten one that tamed down fairly easily. I do agree they aren't for beginners! She is my most impressive snake and one of my top two animals I own.
    She has gotten a good bite in but both times I either misread her body language or it was a feeding mistake, but each time she let go immediately and didn't pose to strike again. I love her a ridiculous amount tbh.
    I also didn't realize in these photos that she was starting to go into shed, and yet she still didn't mind me taking her out and putting a dandelion in front of her for pictures! I only realized she was in shed after looking at how dark she is in these photos.
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    Tali has always loved freshly clipped grass. she has her whole giant ass enclosure to sit in, perches and all and she chose the corner i put the grass in. She's done this since she was young, and its hilarious to me that she still does it even when deep in shed
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    She is gorgeous!
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    Thank you! She finally shed after nearly a month of being in blue!
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