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Old Jun 12, 2020, 2:42 PM   #1
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Hi all, I hope these are resized for you!


#1 Icarus our Kahl Sunglow Boa




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Hades our Mexican Black King snake.




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Piper our Western Hognose




#4 and finally Mika our Border Collie.


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Old Jun 12, 2020, 6:02 PM   #2
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G'day Graham

You -do- have an interesting set of pets don't you ... and they obviously are not Aussie snakes as most of ours are highly venomous
I also like the last pic - good to see the dog and its owner get a bit of fun & exercise daily

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Great set of pictures, Graham. I love your dog, have since you first started posting pics.

Your snake pics are excellent, but the king snake is beautiful.

Fun fact re Western Hognose. I have capture dozens of them in my lifetime, and discovered they won’t bite, no matter how they are provoked, or what size they are. Possibly you know this, being the owner of one.

Having a few friends make the lockdown much easier.
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Old Jun 14, 2020, 2:07 PM   #4
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Thanks for the comments guys.
Hi Phil, yep I'd love to get hold of a brown snake but they are banned from the keeping list

Hey Robert. I'm sooo jealous you use to catch the hognoses wild
they are sometimes given a bum rap as they are technically venomous but as you say have never bitten anyone with the rear fangs? .
Yes The Mexican Black has to be one of the most beautiful colubrid snakes especially after a shed.
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Graham, as a youngster, I fancied myself an amateur herpetologist, so I collected many species of native reptiles and amphibians. Snakes, however, were and still are fascinating creatures to me. How many years on this forum, and I just find out you’re a herp. Lol
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