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    Re: First Ball Python - Albino Mojave

    Yes it's fun to have them climb in your sleeves for sure! My favorite thing is to wear a bathrobe with the waist cinched and my snakes love to climb in-and-out of the sleeves and the waist cinch holds them in place inside if they choose to hide.

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    Our familiy: Noodle the albino ratsnake; Spot the Banana BP, Lucy the massive pinstripe BP, Harold the panther chameleon, Poppy the hedgehog, Bob and Ross the beta fish, Maya the dog, Max and Momo the cats, Tauntaun the Light Brahma Chicken (lives at the high school barn), two teenagers, and a very nice partner, all well-loved and cared for.

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    Re: First Ball Python - Albino Mojave

    Quote Originally Posted by ShawarmaPoutine View Post
    The yellows are not as bright but this looks rather similar.
    I think I might have missed something, I'm assuming there was a photo in your post but if so I can't see it

    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    It has been quite a few years since I saw this, but there was a tutorial out there to modify pvc pipe into a more naturalistic look. The guy used a torch to heat the pvc pipe so it could be twisted and bent. The flame changed the pipe to a brownish color and I believe it was then stained or painted. The very ends were left unchanged so they could be smoothly mounted into brackets on the sides of the cage. It ended up looking like branches or heavy vines, but was very easy to clean and didn’t mold.
    That's a really cool idea! I'm constantly amazed at the creative things people come up with for enclosure setups.

    Quote Originally Posted by FollowTheSun View Post
    Yes it's fun to have them climb in your sleeves for sure! My favorite thing is to wear a bathrobe with the waist cinched and my snakes love to climb in-and-out of the sleeves and the waist cinch holds them in place inside if they choose to hide.

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    That sounds really cute! I'm sure they appreciate the hiding space. I think mine is still a bit shy and insecure about being out in the open when I take him out of his enclosure, so he always tries to find a dark, warm place to hide, which makes sleeves perfect for him.

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    Re: First Ball Python - Albino Mojave

    Haven't updated in a while! Noodle is now 250g and he's been eating rats for more than a month I feel so lucky that he's such a great eater, didn't have to deal with scenting or anything like that. I just offered him a F/T rat and he took to it right away. Noodle also had his second shed with me last week, everything came off in one piece and eye caps and tail tip are all accounted for. Here are the latest pics of him with his shiny new skin:







    And here are some older pics of him since I have a bit of a backlog that I never posted here:



    Noodle doing the Ouroboros pose. I think he was trying to find the entrance but he missed it lol



    This one is from quite a while back, maybe 2-3 months ago. Found Noodle like this when I lifted his hide, what a cutie! One of my favourite things about ball pythons is how they look like cinnamon buns when they curl up

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    Looking gorgeous! Your Noodle is the reason why I hop onto MorphMarket every now and then and browse for Albino Mojaves and Albino Lessers, wistfully hoping I'll find one who looks as good as him. No luck so far!
    1.0 - 2018 Cinnamon Enchi Ghost - Ignis ("Iggy")
    1.0 - 2018 Butter Mojave BEL - Ravus

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    Re: First Ball Python - Albino Mojave

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRabbit View Post
    Looking gorgeous! Your Noodle is the reason why I hop onto MorphMarket every now and then and browse for Albino Mojaves and Albino Lessers, wistfully hoping I'll find one who looks as good as him. No luck so far!
    Aww, thank you! Your Iggy and Ravus are stunning as well. Iggy's colours are just unreal, I didn't even know BPs could come in those colours before I saw him!
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    Re: First Ball Python - Albino Mojave

    Quote Originally Posted by Luvyna View Post
    Aww, thank you! Your Iggy and Ravus are stunning as well. Iggy's colours are just unreal, I didn't even know BPs could come in those colours before I saw him!
    Thank you! Funny enough, I hadn't even planned to get Iggy at all. I was at my first reptile expo and shopping around for my first snake, and I was pretty sure I was aiming for a BEL (which of course eventually did come home as Ravus), or maybe a Mystic Potion. But Iggy's bright orange spots caught my eye, and as soon as I held him and he perked his little head up to look at me, it was all over.

    Actually, I don't recall if you'd mentioned elsewhere - how/where did you find Noodle?
    1.0 - 2018 Cinnamon Enchi Ghost - Ignis ("Iggy")
    1.0 - 2018 Butter Mojave BEL - Ravus

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