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    Re: Introduce a new animal to captive breeding

    If you can, definitely keep us updated. I'm interested in seeing where that project goes and what you can learn along the way.

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    Boelens Pythons and Sheltopusiks!

    1.0 Lesser Mojave Ball Python "Neptune"; 1.0 Western Hognose "Murray"

    Fur Pets:

    1.0 Doberman Pinscher "Bulleit"; 1.0 Siamese Cat "Boudreaux"; 1.0 British Shorthair Cat "Oliver”

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    1.0 Bearded Dragon "Nigel"

    Tarantulas:
    0.1 Grammostola Rosea "Charlotte"; 0.1 Brachypelma Albopilosum "Matilda"; 0.1 Caribena Versicolor "Bijou"; 1.0 Brachypelma Boehmei "name TBD"

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    1.0 Russian Rat Snake "Bonsai Ramen" R.I.P.
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    Re: Introduce a new animal to captive breeding

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    Sheltopusiks!
    Those look so sketchy.
    0.1.0 Cat "Anna"
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    0.0.1 Emerald Tree Boa "Samantha"
    0.1.0 Jayapura Scrub Python "Victoria"
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    0.0.1 Antilles Pink Toe Tarantula "Katherine"

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    Re: Introduce a new animal to captive breeding

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Those look so sketchy.
    They’re fantastic. I’m currently on a campaign to get one, just have to get someone to adopt my children so I have the room...

    1.0 Lesser Mojave Ball Python "Neptune"; 1.0 Western Hognose "Murray"

    Fur Pets:

    1.0 Doberman Pinscher "Bulleit"; 1.0 Siamese Cat "Boudreaux"; 1.0 British Shorthair Cat "Oliver”

    Lizards:
    1.0 Bearded Dragon "Nigel"

    Tarantulas:
    0.1 Grammostola Rosea "Charlotte"; 0.1 Brachypelma Albopilosum "Matilda"; 0.1 Caribena Versicolor "Bijou"; 1.0 Brachypelma Boehmei "name TBD"

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    1.0 Emperor Scorpion "Boba"; 1.0 Spiny Flower Mantis "Hana-Louie"

    (Gone but never forgotten)

    1.0 Russian Rat Snake "Bonsai Ramen" R.I.P.
    0.1 Doberman Pinscher "Remy" R.I.P



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    Eastern Indigo

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    Just watched a documentary with these supposedly endangered snakes, called the Gabino Viper, it is a hybrid of a Gaboon Viper and a Rhinoceros Viper. It looks so awesome! Here is a picture I found on google. Such an amazing pattern along with those cool looking horns.

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    Re: Introduce a new animal to captive breeding

    Quote Originally Posted by hilabeans View Post
    They’re fantastic. I’m currently on a campaign to get one, just have to get someone to adopt my children so I have the room...
    And hey, thanks for mentioning Sheltopusiks...after a quick review, now I want one too! They eat almost anything & can live a very long time...cool creatures!
    Many friends in low places...

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