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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Looks nice and bright

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    That lighting combined with the iPhone don't do her justice. I'll get some outside pics soon, assuming temps don't start dropping.

    She literally glows Rich!

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana gobbled down 2 regular pinkies tonight. She's happily resting and digesting in her warm hide.

    She easily 20G now and a hungry little girl after her perfect shed last night. I'll get a weight later this week, but I think within a month, she'll be on fuzzies!

    So happy with her growth and demeanor. Couldn't be happy with her jaw dropping beauty and her docile, calm, nature.

    Additionally, Matt, my "niece" Meghan's dad, came over tonight and we installed the RHP in what will be Solana's tank. We also installed the probes for the thermostat that will control the RHP and heat tape.

    We have the divider in place, so Figment is getting used to his new digs, a 3X2' versus a 6X2'. He seems fine. Explored for a while and took a nice dump, so I guess he's good. I'll deal with that in the morning.

    When Solana is big enough, probably in a month or two, I can move her out of her temporary and quarantine tank, and into her permanent home.

    Solana is off Quarantine (3 months) in 2 weeks. All seems well.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    WOW! I haven't weighed Solana in two weeks. She was 19G two weeks ago.

    2 feedings of 2 pinkies each and after a nice waste drop last night, 24G today! She'll be on fuzzies before we know it!

    We got her 6-21-18 and she was 8G! My, how they grow!

    She's also getting noticeably bigger. See pictures below.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Definitely growing and looking great mate

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana usually has one big poop and then a small one. Not so much this week. Two huge dumps. One two nights ago and one last night.

    Her official weight is 22-23G, not 24G, yet! I am sure she will get there soon enough.

    Katie usually holds her while I clean the tank etc. and has actually had as much, if not more, bonding time with her.

    Today I spent some quality time with Solana after cleaning her tank.

    She's so incredibly calm and docile and sweet. I love her temperament and personality. She's more Boa than Corn. All around, a wonderful snake and a great final edition to the collection.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Had to post this.

    Looks like Esmeralda is rubbing off on Solana!

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    Had to post this.

    Looks like Esmeralda is rubbing off on Solana!

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    Solana: "so if you hang upside down like this, they usually bring food."
    Es: "thanks! but what if im not hungry?"
    Solana: "...what?"

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by tttaylorrr View Post
    Solana: "so if you hang upside down like this, they usually bring food."
    Es: "thanks! but what if im not hungry?"
    Solana: "...what?"

    Freaking hilarious!

    However, very on point!

    Thanks tttaylorr!

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana is a poop machine. Round 3 was last night, but she still weighed in at 22G even today.

    She gets two regular pinkies again tonight.

    It's amazing how much she's grown. If you look at the pictures below versus when I got her, it's incredible. Still so much growing to do!

    Love this girl.

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    Out of Focus, but shows how much larger she is:

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    She is getting so biiiiiiiiiiig! Our little baby snake.

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