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Old Feb 1, 2008, 10:04 AM   #1
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not too many animals were out but the reptile house was open. here's where i'd appreciate IS.. fa50/1.4
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hmmmm, heat lamp???
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Glass between you and the darlings? The green snake must be a trained photo model.

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Glass between you and the darlings? The green snake must be a trained photo model.
plexiglass..
the green tree python is in it's usual position.. it's like that every time i see it. wish i could catch it getting into position.

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Glass between you and the darlings? The green snake must be a trained photo model.
plexiglass..
the green tree python is in it's usual position.. it's like that every time i see it. wish i could catch it getting into position.

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That must be where it likes to hang out !. ( sorry couldn't resist that). Good shots Roy ... Jack
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the green tree python is in it's usual position.. it's like that every time i see it. wish i could catch it getting into position.
A friend I used to visit fairly often had a phyton snake. Once, only once, I saw it move it's head from left to right. "Oh, tonight he's bouncy!", said the owner.:lol:

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that's about all snakes do is eat and sleep..
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