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    Re: Thai Bamboo ratsnakes / O. p. coxi babies this year!

    These guys are so cute, I love this species in general (from afar lol). For some reason every time I see pics of O.P. Coxi their faces strangely resemble my young BRB
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    The first twin is out and a little rocket. Got one flying picture while trying to get a weight, which is probably 2.2 or 3.2 grams, the scale was really struggling to get a reading, so not sure whether to trust either of those numbers. It's a male.

    18 species of snake. 2.2 Gargoyle geckos 1.2 Crested geckos 0.7 Mourning geckos 1.3 Box turtles 1.0 Russian tort 2.2 evil cats 0.3 dorky dogs. Elemental Exotics

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    The other twin is out now. He was much calmer and let me get some good pictures and a good weight on him. He is 3 grams and male as well. Looks the same as the first twin.














    18 species of snake. 2.2 Gargoyle geckos 1.2 Crested geckos 0.7 Mourning geckos 1.3 Box turtles 1.0 Russian tort 2.2 evil cats 0.3 dorky dogs. Elemental Exotics

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    Amazing photos and wonderful job breeding this species! They are so beautiful!
    Really cool you got so many sets of twins
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    The 6th and last baby had emerged this morning.





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    Re: Thai Bamboo ratsnakes / O. p. coxi babies this year!

    Quote Originally Posted by Charis View Post


    And this is one of their full sized siblings for comparison.

    lol i think it's hard to demonstrate the size difference between the new babies and it's older sibiling an internet audience w/o having them side by side. the nickel kinda gives the true scale but u don't really realize how teeny tiny they are until u seem them in person. these are like 4 or 5 gram animals!

    Quote Originally Posted by Charis View Post
    Well, kind of a sad day here. The first clutch started to hatch, or at least one egg slit. Unfortunately, after slitting the egg multiple times, no nose poked out, so I cut the egg open and could tell it had died. Removed them from the egg and there were twins in there. Not sure what went wrong, nothing was obviously amiss with them. At least I was right about the two cheerios though. No other pips right now.
    so sorry to hear that.


    also i like that the last set of twins both have double crossbars. identical twins!

    great clutch!


    Edit: BTW how did u sex them right away?
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