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Grumpy Cat's Scaly Counterpart

Discussion in 'Off Topic Discussions' started by Tongue Flicker, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. Tongue Flicker

    Tongue Flicker Active Member

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    To those who still remember my Poison Ivy from a couple of years back, she's still alive, flicking and striking lol

    Her enclosure had a secret colony of red ants residing on the substrate so i had to clean it asap.

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    She wasn't obviously happy about the idea

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    It only took me 17 minutes to dump the soil, wipe the glass and put everything back in haha

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    Yes, she is grumpy indeed!

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    Happy Monday to you guys! :)
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  2. Patrick

    Patrick Administrator Staff Member

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    WOW! I'm going to create an auto-reply to your posts that just says "wow", because your pictures are amazing....That snake is gorgeous, the pattern is beautiful and her position is just cool. What does she eat? Do you have a spare freezer for the pallets of food you must have for all these critters?
  3. Tongue Flicker

    Tongue Flicker Active Member

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    Hahahaha!! Oh please do :p

    Well, about 95% of my snakes are specialized lizard & frog eaters. I breed a certain species of skink and one particular type of frog for a feeder purpose :D

    Even my hedgehogs enjoy munching on frogs every now and then.

    That black and white is rarely seen. On a normal, good day she is just plain green. That is meant for me to shove off lol
  4. Josh

    Josh HedgehogForums Admin Staff Member

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    What a beautiful snake! Always wanted to see one of those in real life! Fantastic photos! Thanks for sharing!
  5. Abdulla

    Abdulla New Member

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    Wow, those colors are amazing :D!
  6. Tongue Flicker

    Tongue Flicker Active Member

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    They're actually cheap in the US, i was told they sell for $20-40. But their care and diet is the expensive part for most people except me since i breed feeder frogs :D
  7. Tongue Flicker

    Tongue Flicker Active Member

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    Thanks! :)