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    Updated Assist in science project!

    hey so, i was just informed that i need videos of the snakes that the photos are from to compare the behavior patterns to the size of their heads, so video lengths from 20 seconds to however long is needed! im sorry for this last minute update!

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    You may want to try contacting Chris Hardwick: https://www.youtube.com/user/aaawebmaster

    I think I've seen him post on here too, but he breeds BPs and I believe he said he's a scientist.
    0.1.0 Cat "Anna"
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    Re: Assist in science project!

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    You may want to try contacting Chris Hardwick: https://www.youtube.com/user/aaawebmaster

    I think I've seen him post on here too, but he breeds BPs and I believe he said he's a scientist.
    ... And also has been reported to have been selling baby BPs at his local shows before they even took their first meals, so not sure Iíd invest too much in anything he has to offer.


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    Re: Assist in science project!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Sorril View Post
    Here are some photos if they help. They were pretty squirmy and refused to be turned upside down.

    Spider Female @4 years
    https://i.imgur.com/IXP77hs.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/0S1FynB.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/yxLy2hZ.jpg

    'Normal' Female @4 years
    https://i.imgur.com/9ZBeUZ6.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/f3vHopM.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/9KV0BQF.jpg
    Not sure what good video will do: Here are a few videos of me fumbling with the snakes for the photos--my tripod is on loan so I have to balance the camera in one hand and the snake in the other.
    Spider: https://youtu.be/sqh2_EOG7Yw
    Normal: https://youtu.be/7zQp5UcPRys
    *.* TNTC

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    Re: Assist in science project!

    I have the first set of measurements done for the last pictures i got, i need approximately 5 more pictures (of each (adult spider (single gene or more) and adult normal). as well as any videos of them behaving. thank you so much! i love all of the help iím receiving as well as support!

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    Re: Assist in science project!

    Quote Originally Posted by deadbumblebee View Post
    I have the first set of measurements done for the last pictures i got, i need approximately 5 more pictures (of each (adult spider (single gene or more) and adult normal). as well as any videos of them behaving. thank you so much! i love all of the help iím receiving as well as support!
    What is the age range you are looking for as an adult?
    *.* TNTC

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    Re: Assist in science project!

    3 years to how ever old, there wasnít a large age range for my project, just full grown spider and normal adults.

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    Update Assist in science project!

    Hello so another update i need is the weight of snakes, sorry for all this last minute stuff. The further i go into research and study, the further things i find that i should do to complete my work.

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    Re: Assist in science project!

    Another update!
    i need at least two to three more of the pictures of a normal ball python and a spider ball, single gene or any morph with the spider gene.
    iím coming up to my deadline to be done with the project and iím worried it wonít be finished.
    thank you!

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