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lycanlord
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lycanlord

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PostSubject: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/5/2009, 4:23 pm

Just a random picture she shed this morning and I was just checking on her
before chucking her in the bath lol

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mrflibble
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/5/2009, 5:14 pm

royals are so sweeeeeeeet Very Happy
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Venom
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/5/2009, 7:26 pm

Balls, not royals
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mrflibble
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/5/2009, 7:29 pm

there are no balls here thank you very much
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lycanlord
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/6/2009, 4:51 am

Venom wrote:
Balls, not royals

In england its more common to call them royal python as there name is Python regius So it does make sense.
whereas you americans call them Balls because of there tendancy to curl into a ball when scared.
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Mr. Mordax
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Mr. Mordax

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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/6/2009, 10:00 am

Royal balls? scratch

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scorpion111
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/6/2009, 12:26 pm

XD


nice snake there graham. is she a bitey one?
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bjaeger
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/6/2009, 6:31 pm

Nice Ball Smile

Although ... Is the hook really necessary? Razz
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lycanlord
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PostSubject: Re: Royal Python   Royal Python Empty8/6/2009, 6:43 pm

nah shes not bitey at all, and nah the hooks not necessary but I use a hook on all the snakes just to get used to using hooks, as I will hopefully be getting my DWA in like 2 years
and I obviously wont be grabbing rattlers and gaboons without hooks and grips lol


Plus they take better photos when they are on hooks
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