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    Re: Ziggy's Crew- A Collective Progression Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    Always digging this collection, and when you jumped into boas, I knew it would just add to the fun.

    Great diversity and I'm really happy to see a zero failure rate with the species you've kept.

    I'm satisfied with the 4 we have here, and just write the retic off as a learning experience so I'm not terribly disappointed that it didn't work out.

    Looking at your collection is always refreshing and still pushes my temptation button a bit.

    Happy New Year Zig.
    Thanks and Happy New Year bro!

    My colubrids, boas, carpets, and olive are all a breeze to deal with even though my female bullsnake can be a little testy sometimes. I wanted another large snake that would be challenge and improve my snake keeping skills. I was VERY close to adding a SD retic until I saw some amazing scrub pythons and decided to take that leap instead. He was certainly a challenge from the start and I was concerned that things wouldn’t work out for the first 18 months. After seeing your’s and Crook’s experiences I knew I didn’t want to deal with a large snake that was too difficult to handle. That first year was pretty rough but we made it. He’s a solid 7’ now and I think we’ve finally turned the corner and established some mutual trust.

    You have some amazing critters. Jewel and Sniper are two of my forum favorites and Kevin is a stud too. I really think you’d enjoy a nice chill olive python.
    Last edited by EL-Ziggy; 01-09-2021 at 01:10 AM.
    3.2 Carpet Pythons, 1.1 Bullsnakes
    1.0 Olive Python 1.0 Scrub Python,
    1.0 BI, 0.1 BO,

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