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    She is lovely, really starting to show great contrast. I really do love to see the way their colors develop over time.
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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Of course she moved her head during the exposure. Nice big food bump after her first respectable size small rat. Excited to see some significant growth this year.



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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    ... Excited to see some significant growth this year...
    You shouldn't have long to wait- once they start eating bigger meals, there's no turning back.
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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

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    You shouldn't have long to wait- once they start eating bigger meals, there's no turning back.
    Definitely. I remember alllllll too well from my retics a few years back...


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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Definitely. I remember alllllll too well from my retics a few years back...


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    I'm sure!

    Anyway, we can't "win": they're so cute when they're little, but so awesome when they grow up.
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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

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    of course she moved her head during the exposure. Nice big food bump after her first respectable size small rat. Excited to see some significant growth this year.



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    the rock!

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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Sally Jo is really starting to put on some nice size now that she’s taking small rats. She’s still a tad jumpy at times, but I’ve determined that hooking her out of the enclosure and letting her work from the hook to hands back and forth mitigates the jumpiness quite a bit. Very calm and pleasant interactions this morning. Carpets and coffee (Sump single origin Ethiopian beans) while listening to this week’s episode of “ Carpets & Coffee”. Hard to beat!
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    I can see the growth.

    She looks great.

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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Sally Jo is looking as lovely as ever and growing well brother! Where’d you find the nice stand with the rollers in the first pic?
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    Re: 2019 0.1 Rockhampton Coastal Carpet Python Progression

    Thanks, buddy! I got that stand on webstaurant.com and the casters as well. 48"x24" powder coated black food service shelf on 14" legs. Been using it for 5yrs now and like it a lot.

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