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Photos of my Critters!

Took some photos today of a couple of my guys!

My new KSB! How can you NOT love that little face?!





Bubblegum


The new Mack Snow RAPTOR girly, she is GORGEOUS!


Unfortunately these photos don't do her justice.

And my Super Snow Leo that doubled in size while I was away in BC! She is stunning!




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They are beautiful, Kayla! The sand boa looks so gentle and sweet. Does she eat crickets or do you have to feed her pinkies? I love your geckos, too. My coworkers in the Nature Program have a leopard gecko and she is full of personality. When you talk to her, she cocks her head and appears to be listening. I really enjoy her company.


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Vivian Linnie from Birds4Alice
JJ the Australian Red Rump (adopted)
Goldie the Australian Red Rump (adopted)
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Thank you! The KSB is super calm and docile, I love her! She eats pinkies as basically all snakes do. There isn't a species of Snake that eats bugs I do not believe. There are some that eat other snakes, there is even an egg-eating snake, but no insect eaters!
And I love my Geckos! Leos and AFTs are so sweet! I don't think I could go without having them in my life anymore!



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I had an eastern grass snake long time ago. She ate minnows. My corn snake ate only dead mice. Could never have one that ate live since I have kept them as pets.
Love your gecko's.

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Cool reptiles! Love the color on the first lizard.. Love the name Bubblegum... But think I would of named it Orange Sherbert...lol or Creamsicle!!

So are they called scids ( scaley kids ) ?
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Thanks guys!

I have never heard the term scids used before, lol. I call them my Scaly Babies. :P



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Lol... I was just being silly with the scids...lol... Scaley babies.. Hmmm yeah don't tell people you have scabies..lmao... Wholeeee different meaning!
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LOL, that would be bad, hahahaha.



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They are very beautiful. Your geckos make me miss all of the Leopard Geckos I had. There is a snake that eats mostly insects and that is the Rough Green Tree Snake .

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Thank you
And really? I've never heard of it, lol. I can admit that I have not researched the subject. :P



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That KSB face T^T them feels! Adorable scids
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Ha, thanks Daisy!



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you really know how to picture reptiles to make them look cute. not that i don't think they are cute to begin with, but you really captured them in the photos, especially that first one with the snake...it almost looks like you photoshopped an expression on to it.

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Lol, thanks! I love the first one, it looks like she's smiling! :P



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