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 Pebbles

Pebbles is a very late `09 Childrens Python, who I LOVE very much. But, she hates Me...LOL. To clean her tank, I have to get her out & she strikes & bites if You reach in to get her. Sooooooo..... I`ve found that if I feed her, I can pick her up while she is wrapped (She will NOT let go of her mouse for ANYTHING!) & place her into a tote while I clean her tank.....



In the tote...This is how she asks for more... LOL



This time when I fed her a second fuzzy, she wrapped the tongs. How easy was that? LOL



Going back into her cleaned up tank....



Finishing up...



11/17/10  07:31pm

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  Message To: Faery   In reference to Message Id: 2188219


 Pebbles

Very nice childreni mate



11/17/10  07:46pm

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  Message To: Red Ink AUS   In reference to Message Id: 2188226


 Pebbles

Thank You :-) She is a Vicious little thing, too...LOL



11/17/10  08:42pm

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  Message To: Faery   In reference to Message Id: 2188238


 Pebbles

Yeah, small python syndrome lol. You don’t see much of them on your side of the pond mate. Over here in the motherland their the number 1 beginner snake.



11/17/10  09:07pm

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  Message To: Red Ink AUS   In reference to Message Id: 2188246


 Pebbles

Really? As "bitey" as they are? But, They are definatley easy to keep.



11/17/10  10:24pm

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  Message To: Faery   In reference to Message Id: 2188264


 Pebbles

Well, most of them don’t stay bitey for as long. I have a little maculosa that was like that when she was young. She is still awfully cage defensive at times and I would never get her out without a hook, once out she’s a little kitten though. People recommend them as a first snake due to the size and ease of care. Once they get used to the Antaresias they tend to move on to Morelias.

Here’s my little spotted.



Plus my latest addition my new JCP





11/17/10  10:50pm

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  Message To: Red Ink AUS   In reference to Message Id: 2188268


 Pebbles

VERY nice! We have 3 Coastal Carpets, too.
Here Corns & Balls are the most common "starter" snakes. And, You`re right, the Childrens & Spotteds are NOT very common over here.



11/18/10  02:41pm


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