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    Going to be a happy snake owner soon!

    Family, I just paid my deposit today for my San Felipeís Ghost Rosy Boa! Iím very excited! recently have been conducting a experiment surveying my room the humidity and temperatures of my room. Even with nights of 90% it stays in the 50ís or low 40ís and the temp is a normal 75-80 with no heating pad or light system. So I would say humidity levels and temps are pretty ideal. I live in the most humid state in the US so I was a little concerned and wanted to be certain I could maintain this snake before I got it. Iíve started my new job and have been studying hard so I can do well so I have disposable income to put towards my new baby! Pictures will for sure follow, my breeder is well known on here and says I should expect my baby in late August!


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    Congratulations on taking "the plunge"!
    Many friends in low places...

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    Re: Going to be a happy snake owner soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Congratulations on taking "the plunge"!
    Iím excited! The humidity worried me but everything looks like it will play out. I asked Mr Shatto if he had any photos, we will see in the morning. Iím excited to see it!


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    Congrats on getting your new snake (or about to get). I remember waiting months with an empty cage in the living room when my mother was getting a macaw. The waiting sucks but it is worth it once you actually get your new companion.

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    Super cool!!! Congrats!
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    Re: Going to be a happy snake owner soon!

    Congrats!!!

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    Re: Going to be a happy snake owner soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Valyndris View Post
    Congrats on getting your new snake (or about to get). I remember waiting months with an empty cage in the living room when my mother was getting a macaw. The waiting sucks but it is worth it once you actually get your new companion.
    I want a severed macaw bad but they are so expensive. I found one for $800 with a cage but damn lol


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    Congrats! Nothing like waiting for a new snake <3 I swear I always feel like a kid again waiting for Santa whenever I wait for a new addition! Can't wait to see pics!
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    Congrats! We need more Rosy Boas here. Looking forward to see it's progress.
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    Re: Going to be a happy snake owner soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by NewmanLovesSnakes View Post
    I want a severed macaw bad but they are so expensive. I found one for $800 with a cage but damn lol


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    Which part of it got severed? Macaws missing body parts should be cheaper, IMHO...did you try to make an offer? ....

    Anyway, snakes are much cooler pets...they never scream in your ears & deafen you. And they don't need constant attention the way such birds do...be careful what
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