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    Adult male Indigo

    This is Apep, an adult male red-throated indigo and my absolute favorite snake from my bf and his dad's collection.
    This snake is big solid muscle and so impressive.


    Also always on the move XD His body is about as big around as a 1 liter bottle of soda.


    I love this guy!
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    Re: Adult male Indigo

    What's not to love?! Indigos are definitely a dream snake for me but I'd have to jump through a few hoops to keep them here in GA. They're such majestic critters and that's a beautiful example. Thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by EL-Ziggy; 02-22-2019 at 11:54 AM.
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    Re: Adult male Indigo

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    What's not to love?! Indigos are definitely a dream snake for me but I'd have to jump through a few hoops to keep them here in GA. They're such majestic critters and that's a beautiful example. Thanks for sharing.
    What about Cribos? The same thing?

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    Re: Adult male Indigo

    I love the Drymarchon, but I get sick to my stomach cleaning up after my two corn snakes. I can only imagine how bad that is!

    Having said that, they are stunning animals.

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    they are truly amazing! i would love to see some feed pix or vids.

    also love your new coat BTW! Navy is in!!
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    Re: Adult male Indigo

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    What about Cribos? The same thing?
    I like Cribos but I LOVE Indigos! You're right about the extra cleaning responsibilities but I think they're worth it. If I could pick one dream snake to keep it would be a Boelens, Indigo or burm.
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    That's an AWESOME serpent!

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    That animal is AWESOME!!!!! I love indigos and that is a STUNNING example!! Thanks for sharing!
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    If they wern't such crazy poopers I'd have bought one years ago. Truly one of the best snakes to own.

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