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    Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    She's getting a lot more orange and yellow! She was just a little hatchling a year ago!

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    Re: Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    Looks so wonderful. Looks like she enjoyed it.

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    I just love her face, & what a perfect pet to handle she is (thanks to a great snake-mom!). Rat snakes really excel at tree climbing too.... Don't let your guard
    down, looks like you have some pretty tall trees nearby, & I'm just guessing here, but I bet she has more climbing skills that you do...

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    Re: Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    I just love her face, & what a perfect pet to handle she is (thanks to a great snake-mom!). Rat snakes really excel at tree climbing too.... Don't let your guard
    down, looks like you have some pretty tall trees nearby, & I'm just guessing here, but I bet she has more climbing skills that you do...
    Yep! I only let her climb trees head-down! She had a great time and remained very calm
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    Re: Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    Great pics. Love the head shots
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    Re: Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    Quote Originally Posted by FollowTheSun View Post
    She's getting a lot more orange and yellow! She was just a little hatchling a year ago!

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    Wow!

    Sensational, and yet another species I'd like to get into.

    Active and arboreal and beautiful!

    Nice thread.

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    Very cool, beautiful snake. Thanks for sharing!
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    Great pics. She's a beauty too!!

    Thanks for sharing!!
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    Beautiful snake and great photos! I'm so amazed at her climbing abilities, I can't imagine what it's like to climb without any arms or legs.

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    Re: Noodle outdoor photoshoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Luvyna View Post
    Beautiful snake and great photos! I'm so amazed at her climbing abilities, I can't imagine what it's like to climb without any arms or legs.
    They use their "abs"... Truly impressive, I agree. They use their scutes in much the same way ice skaters push off the edges of their blades...& they actually have
    trouble moving if you put them on a smooth glass coffee table, for example, because there's nothing to push off against. That's why some snakes learn to side-wind
    in soft sand, by basically throwing a loop of their body forward & then repeating on the other side. The more you learn about snakes, the more amazing they are.

    BTW, her yellow face and especially her orange eyes really suggest she has some Everglades rat snake genes.

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