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    Hello

    Hello I've been into snakes for about 10 years and I have two cornsnakes used to be 3, but my oldest one died last year not sure why.

    I'm thinking of getting a ball python eventually next year so once I get one I'll post pictures I am not sure what kind I'd like the normal color is fine, but if I could I'd like to get either a Piebald, a Mojave or a Axanthic also what are the difference from a male or a female BP?

    My other hobies besides snakes are drawing, looking for reptiles in my forest and field, carnivorous plants like nepenthes, flytraps, sundews, and pitcher plants..

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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesnake View Post
    also what are the difference from a male or a female BP?
    Welcome!

    One difference is a female lays eggs and the male doesnt..

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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesnake View Post
    also what are the difference from a male or a female BP?
    The only big difference (other than reproductivity) is size. Females tend to be larger than males.

    ...everyone needs a little R&R

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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by Chase13 View Post
    The only big difference (other than reproductivity) is size. Females tend to be larger than males.
    Yes. Nothing visually, other than size (typically), is different. On another note, you can't accurately tell a male from a female just by looking. Some will say that the spurs are an indicator, however, that is a myth. The best way to sex your snake is to have a professional pop or probe the snake...or have someone teach you to do it yourself.

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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by JASBALLS View Post
    Welcome!

    One difference is a female lays eggs and the male doesnt..
    Well aren't you the helpful one!

    Welcome to the site, bluesnake!
    *I love this crazy, tragic, almost magic, awful, beautiful life*
    ~melanie~

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    Re: Hello

    Welcome
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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by JASBALLS View Post
    Welcome!

    One difference is a female lays eggs and the male doesnt..


    ~~McKinsey~~
    "Men have forgotten this truth," said the fox. "But you must not forget it. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed."
    ~The Little Prince; Antoine de Saint Exupery

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    Re: Hello

    Thanks alot for the welcome, joke and information.

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