So this won’t come as a surprise to many members on this forum, but I have decided to leave Reptiles Canada.
When I joined Reptiles Canada I found a few members to be very abrasive, and unfortunately those members have found solace in others who share the same abrasive personality. I see it in my own experiences on this forum as well as in various other threads with a wide range of other members.
It is unfortunate that this forum that is run by such a great team hoping
Originally Posted by Dyesub Dave
Thanks for the replies and comments. I was wondering about #3 as well.
Now for the fun part ... to get them all eating!
im also thinking #1 is het but if i had to guess im thinkin #2,and #3 have a good chance of being het also as they both seem to have slight markers on their tails also, good luck on proving them out.
Hey everyone, this is my first time making an entry here on the blogging page. I'm not entirely sure what to write up here. I'm fairly new to the Herp Community, but not new to Ball Pythons, or snakes. My first experience was when I was nine years old, at some amazing museum and there were these two guys with this massive thirteen foot snake. It was so amazing, I was hooked forever.
I got my first snake, ball python, back in 2010 and he was an amazing pastel. I called him Oden. He
Greetings Fellow Herp Lovers and Caretakers!
Holy Jeebus has it ever been a long time since I have logged on here!
A lot has happened in the past months that I've been on here. I went from being a University student living with my boyfriend, to having to drop out of school for personal/medical reasons, and reached a fairly low point.
Luckily, with the help of friends, family, and others, I was able to kick my bad habit (the now ex-boyfriend [who DID NOT like
Twin Super Pastel Pied & Super Pastel Het Pied
Twin Ghost Het Pied
This is our second set of twins for the 2013 breeding season. We have hatched 5 sets of twins over the years. The first picture is an egg shared by a super