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Mostly going to be snakes. I'm not an expert by any means, but I do have many snakes as pets and I absolutely love them. Feel free to ask me anything at all. If I don't know the answer I will look it up to try and help you out.

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elevennineteenreptiles:

.1 Purple Passion Ball Python produced by Eleven-Nineteen Reptiles

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Purple Passion is one of my favorite morphs. <3

(via lotsofsnakes)

mkmorphs:

2014 Female Fire - $100 plus shipping

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the-reptile-report:

Crazy Colors
Facebook -  Check out the insane shades on this lavender albino Sharp boa constrictor by Snakes SK.

the-reptile-report:

Crazy Colors

Facebook - Check out the insane shades on this lavender albino Sharp boa constrictor by Snakes SK.

snakekoss:

New lightbox!

0.1 Pastel Clown $1200
3.0 Clown $325
0.1 Clown $600
0.1 Het clown $150
1.0 Champagne Enchi $800
1.0 Lemon Pastel Enchi $300 HOT!! Just like daddy and daddy makes nice babies.

Shipping flat $50. I can do payment plans up to 4 weeks with a non-refundable deposit of 20%.

kedreeva:

Ah, yes, feeding day: also known as

  • begging day
  • everyone shows their faces for once day
  • all the snakes are liars who say they never get fed ever and are sure they will never get food ever again day
libutron:

Tornier’s Cat Snake - Crotaphopeltis tornieri
The Tornier’s Cat Snake, sometimes commonly referred to as Werner’s Water Snake, is scientifically named Crotaphopeltis tornieri (Colubridae). It is endemic to East African mountain forests (Usambara, Uluguru and Rungwe Mountains in Tanzania, and northern Malawi).
References: [1]
Photo credit: ©Stephen Zozaya | Locality: Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania (2014)

libutron:

Tornier’s Cat Snake - Crotaphopeltis tornieri

The Tornier’s Cat Snake, sometimes commonly referred to as Werner’s Water Snake, is scientifically named Crotaphopeltis tornieri (Colubridae). It is endemic to East African mountain forests (Usambara, Uluguru and Rungwe Mountains in Tanzania, and northern Malawi).

References: [1]

Photo credit: ©Stephen Zozaya | Locality: Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania (2014)

(via sabletsnakes)

faithbeforefear:

The slow realization that peasant hands just touched her.

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butthurtherpetologist:

The jaqen spawn.

creatures-alive:

Andean Forest-Pitviper (Bothriopsis pulchra) (by Lucas M. Bustamante)

creatures-alive:

Andean Forest-Pitviper (Bothriopsis pulchra) (by Lucas M. Bustamante)

greenmanwest:

My “Don’t Tread on Me” moment.  
I was hiking near the San Pedro River the other day - I was distracted by a hummingbird and stopped to watch him for a few moments.  Its a good thing I did, because if I hadn’t stopped, I’d have tread on this handsome rattlesnake - I found myself standing just a few feet from him.  He was lethargic and seemed not to notice me at all.  Didn’t coil, or rattle or act menacing - so I took a few quick shots before giving him a wide berth and moving on.  

f-emasculata:

PHAEDRA!

(Source: amazingnature7)