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    Burms

    Had to clean my burms cages tonight with the hubby lol so I took some pics of them they are so heavy xD but I love them!

    Slayer is a 2011 Albino male, roughly 10ft and Pandora is a 2010 Normal het granite female about 12-13ft.

    I also have a baby from them that I held back, I'll have to get pics of her soon too.

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    0.1 Orange Dream Fire Yellowbelly
    0.1 Sugar Spider
    0.1 Desert Ghost
    0.1 Lesser 66% het Orange Ghost
    1.0 Fire Bee (Garruk)
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    1.0 Butter Pastel BP (Diesel)
    1.0 Banana Pastel Enchi
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    Non BPs:
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    Nice looking Burms, healthy looking and not overfed. Itís good to see some mature adults, AND some Burm activity here. It seems the little Burm action we have is mostly with younger ones.

    Yours can also show new owners and prospective owners what to expect in size with proper care, as opposed to the monster sized ones they read about and see on the internet.

    Please keep posting about them, everybody loves Seeing Burms!
    The one thing I found that you can count on about Balls is that they are consistent about their inconsistentcy.

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    Re: Burms

    Great looking Burms! If I ever get another big snake I'm pretty sure it'll be a Burm.
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    Re: Burms

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinz View Post
    Nice looking Burms, healthy looking and not overfed. Itís good to see some mature adults, AND some Burm activity here. It seems the little Burm action we have is mostly with younger ones.

    Yours can also show new owners and prospective owners what to expect in size with proper care, as opposed to the monster sized ones they read about and see on the internet.

    Please keep posting about them, everybody loves Seeing Burms!
    Thank you, I try to keep them lean and muscular, I feed them a decent sized meal every 3 to 4 weeks don't want them to get fat lol
    My female has always been on the smaller side too

    The giant ones people see in like the media are so rare unless power fed which shortens their lifespan significantly.

    They are such sweethearts especially my female, she has never been aggressive even as a baby. The male however had an attitude as a baby but has calmed down a lot, He's still a little cage defensive but once I tap him and pull him out he's fine lol

    Burms are awesome snakes, I like retics but if you want a big lap snake burms (or bloods) are the way to go lol

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    Last edited by Alexiel03; 06-12-2019 at 03:26 PM.

    Bps:
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    0.1 Firefly BP (Chandra)
    0.1 Pastel GHI
    0.1 Pied 50% het Ghost
    0.1 Leopard Mojave
    0.1 Orange Dream Fire Yellowbelly
    0.1 Sugar Spider
    0.1 Desert Ghost
    0.1 Lesser 66% het Orange Ghost
    1.0 Fire Bee (Garruk)
    1.0 Leopard BP (Ajani)
    1.0 Butter Pastel BP (Diesel)
    1.0 Banana Pastel Enchi
    1.0 Lemon Pastel Enchi

    Non BPs:
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    Re: Burms

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    Great looking Burms! If I ever get another big snake I'm pretty sure it'll be a Burm.
    Can't go wrong with a burm! Aka scaley puppydog

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    Bps:
    0.1 Mojave BP (Liliana)
    0.1 Firefly BP (Chandra)
    0.1 Pastel GHI
    0.1 Pied 50% het Ghost
    0.1 Leopard Mojave
    0.1 Orange Dream Fire Yellowbelly
    0.1 Sugar Spider
    0.1 Desert Ghost
    0.1 Lesser 66% het Orange Ghost
    1.0 Fire Bee (Garruk)
    1.0 Leopard BP (Ajani)
    1.0 Butter Pastel BP (Diesel)
    1.0 Banana Pastel Enchi
    1.0 Lemon Pastel Enchi

    Non BPs:
    1.0 Sunfire Retic (Helios)R.I.P.
    1.0 Albino Burmese Python (Slayer)
    0.1 Normal het Granite Burmese Python (Pandora)
    0.2 Calico Cats (Mana and Elizabeth)
    0.1 Dog (pitbull lab mix) (Nova)

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