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    Leeloo

    Just some pics that I've taken of my pastel.

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    Re: Leeloo

    Nice snake, but looks like it has some shedding issues

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    1.0 Bamboo
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    Re: Leeloo

    Yeah. This is my first shed. She has the whole back half done.

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    Re: Leeloo

    Quote Originally Posted by DSeese View Post
    Yeah. This is my first shed. She has the whole back half done.

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    Definitely an issue. Front end is first and normally comes off in one piece. Check your humidity. Pretty snake btw.

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    Re: Leeloo

    Quote Originally Posted by JodanOrNoDan View Post
    Definitely an issue. Front end is first and normally comes off in one piece. Check your humidity. Pretty snake btw.
    Thanks. I know the humidity is a little low. I just got a branch to put in her tank so she has something better to rub against. I also got a bigger water bowl that she can submerge herself in.

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    Re: Leeloo

    I finally got a fogger and the humidity had gone up quite a bit. I generally try to keep it around 70%. She's gotten rid of the bulk of her left over she'd except for her head. I also weighed her today at 163g.

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    Re: Leeloo

    I fed Leeloo last night and took a lot of pictures. Then I was able to create a gif of it.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/HDjvene91agaY8Dq1

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    Nice snake! And that's a really big rat she ate, if you keep feeding her those she is going to grow like a rocket! It looks like it may have been a bit bigger than the 10% rule, I try to keep my rat weights at or below 10% of the snake weight. For most of my snakes if I go above 10% they just won't eat it. Well that's for my ball pythons anyways, my reticulated pythons would eat my shoe if I threw it in the tub LOL. Pastels are one of my favorite morphs, I know they are cheap and common now but I can only imagine how it shook the ball python community when they first came out, they are stunning!
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    Re: Leeloo

    I've added some moss to her tank and she seems to lime it. She's using it as a pillow. Lol

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