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    Good looking Pokigron.
    Does he still have the pink or has it changed ?

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Quote Originally Posted by MAC1 View Post
    Good looking Pokigron.
    Does he still have the pink or has it changed ?
    Im colorblind so I honestly have a hard time seeing his pinks as it is haha. He still looks about the same as he has since arriving. Maybe a slight bit of buckskin coloration along his dorsal pattern


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    jmcrook, you sure know how to pick'em.

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Shuffled the snake room around in preparation for the behemoth cage, hopefully next week, and got Leonard moved into half of a T8.

    Lots of new smells and stimulation so hes understandably a little freaked out and was breathing pretty hard when I put him in. Dont think hes ever had a natural substrate until now either. Welcome to the good life Lenny!


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    Looking good. It doesnt matter young or old fresh substrate always makes them uncomfortable. They must feel like there on the moon, where the hell am I.

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Looking great,mine are always freaked a bit whenn I change there substrate, I wonder if they get used to there own smell after a few days they fine

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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Critter and cage are both looking good JMC. I'm sure Lenny will love the new digs in no time.
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    Love it man!

    Definitely the good life👍

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    He's looking great and love the set up
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    Re: 2018 Male Rio Bravo Pokigron Suriname Red Tailed Boa Constrictor Progression

    Too cute to not share. I think hes found some of the benefits of a loose substrate in anticipation of feeding night this evening. Poised and ready to attack!


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