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 My new Childrens

This is Pebbles. I got her at a show on Mar. 14th. Since then, she has been fed once and pretty much left alone to get used to her new enclosure. Today when I checked on her, she was lounging on one of her decorations and was in need of water...So...I took the lid off and gave her water.She became very defensive. I have a feeling that this girl is going to earn me a lifetime membership in the "Bite Club" LOL

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Rayna :-)


03/24/10  01:31PM

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  Message To: Faery   In reference to Message Id: 2135717


 My new Childrens

Awesome, i really like her.

03/24/10  08:06PM

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  Message To: JeffK   In reference to Message Id: 2135811


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Thank You, I really like her too. I hope she calms down after a while...LOL

03/24/10  08:15PM

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  Message To: Faery   In reference to Message Id: 2135814


 My new Childrens

Very nice Ant mate, how old is she? They usually get over the "small python syndrome" at around 7-9 months or when they reach 2 foot. Till then she will continue to pretty much be a PIA. lol

Are antaresias common over there?


03/25/10  09:16PM

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  Message To: Red Ink AUS   In reference to Message Id: 2136113


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Thank You for the info. She was just hatched in Nov, so she is right at 4 months of age. She is a teeeny little thing right now, eating newborn pinky mice. She is an awesome eater tho! Stretched out, I`d guess her at around 8 inches long.

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Are antaresias common over there?



No, She was the only one at the show and I was able to get her because I contacted the breeder well ahead of time and aked that he hold her for me. Even if she ends up biting me, I will still think she is awesome...LOL. I want to find her a mate and breed some Childrens myself.


03/26/10  09:15AM

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