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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    My girl Pancake would soak in her water bowl a lot too last Winter! Her temps/humidity were spot on and she didn't have mites but for almost two months straight she'd just lay in her water dish. Sometimes she'd submerge completely and it scared me a bit. She stopped doing it though. Now she just likes to stick her head in and blow bubbles. She also like to watch TV with me and will do the cobra pose to get a better look at it. XD

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pancake's Momma View Post
    My girl Pancake would soak in her water bowl a lot too last Winter! Her temps/humidity were spot on and she didn't have mites but for almost two months straight she'd just lay in her water dish. Sometimes she'd submerge completely and it scared me a bit. She stopped doing it though. Now she just likes to stick her head in and blow bubbles. She also like to watch TV with me and will do the cobra pose to get a better look at it. XD
    Awwww, my kinda snake

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonald Drump View Post
    Boops do tend to disencourage them from sitting for too long though

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    Loki doesn't mind boops! He doesn't like the top of his head or the head lumps touched, but boops are okay. Unless he's about to shed or in shed, then he hides his face and hisses.

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    I hate boops.....who that heck even made that up?!?!?

    If I EVER booped mine, I hope he does bite me. Lol

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    He seems to like my dressing gown as he will lay on and chill if Iím wearing anything else he tries to explore.

    If he gets a bit of stuck shed I put him on the dressing gown and he lets me pretty much do what I want.

    Donít know why but he becomes very docile if he is on it.


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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamiekerk View Post
    He seems to like my dressing gown as he will lay on and chill if Iím wearing anything else he tries to explore.

    If he gets a bit of stuck shed I put him on the dressing gown and he lets me pretty much do what I want.

    Donít know why but he becomes very docile if he is on it.


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    He has a thing for gowns
    Pretty boy

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    My female vanilla will (and Iíve seen it on several occasions) lay stretched out clear across the tank with her head in the warm hide and her tail in the cool hide! Actually it could be the other way around hard to tell which end is which! Iíve got a coral glow pastave male that loved small hides. He looked like a turtle because the hide was no where near big enough. But if I took it out and put the bigger one in he would sit in middle of tank and just stare at me. He is a tank re-arranger too. Everything gets moved every night.

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    Re: Ball Python Quirks? (For Fun)

    Quote Originally Posted by mischiefneko View Post
    Loki doesn't mind boops! He doesn't like the top of his head or the head lumps touched, but boops are okay. Unless he's about to shed or in shed, then he hides his face and hisses.
    Lucky you! Unless Pylox is super tired, she'll jerk away slightly when I boop her. She's basically a cute potato when she's tired though so meh

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