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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    She is doing well. Still has not shed as of this morning. She did eat for me yesterday. Gave her a medium. They said they were feeding her medium to large FT rats. She took pre-killed just fine. Laid it outside her hide. She nosed it and then gently eat it down with the lights off. I can tell she is being cautious in her movements still so she is adjusting to newness of her new home after the trip to my house. Will not handle again till tomorrow to let her digest. Keeping handling to 10-15 minuets at a time. She is gentle and inquisitive when out. Tap training has begun and going well. I don't use a hook. I have a stick that I made from a 2x4 that is cut down to 1" by 1.2" by 5' and is sanded and epoxied to seal up. She sees it coming and turns her head to move away with no contact. I then reach in to pick her up. I feed on the other side. I hope she is as gentile as Rainbow as she grows. I understand Rainbow is exceptional in personality so is a high standard.

    Love her so much!

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    Thanks for the update. Glad to read she's doing great with tap training.
    Is amazing how fast they learn, my Bredli sees the tiny red hook and he runs the opposite way... 'cause he know I'm reaching in for him.
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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Updated pictures. Sweet and Curious girl

    Sent from my N9560 using Tapatalk

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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    What an incredible snake. What's her temperament like?

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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Quote Originally Posted by samsonact View Post
    What an incredible snake. What's her temperament like?
    She is super chill. Exploring everything but calm.

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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Gorgeous critter! Those colors and stripes are insane.
    3.2 carpet pythons, 1.1 bull snakes
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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Canít get over that bright yellow, itís so vivid...itís just incredible.
    Other Snakes:
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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Quote Originally Posted by Danger noodles View Post
    Agh I wish I was off and could come see that beautiful snake!!
    Now listen. A person such as yourself (I take it that is you in the avatar?), would scare the begeezer outta a poor snek! Go play hockey with your chainsaw someplace else.

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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Gorgeous critter! Those colors and stripes are insane.
    I know, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    Canít get over that bright yellow, itís so vivid...itís just incredible.
    Same. She almost glows!

    I am so lucky she is a good girl also.

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    Re: Aurora platinum titanium reticulated python progression.

    Still doing well. She is so amazing and calm. She is hungry to going to feed today after I spot clean her enclosure.

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