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So whats everyones favorite Snake and why?

Discussion in 'Reptiles & Amphibians' started by Magik, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. puertorifan

    puertorifan Little Dog

    I'm gonna choose the redtail boa, because we have 3 of them. They get bigger than the ball pythons but not as big as the retics or burmese, so they are still fairly manageable.

    Here are the 3 we own:

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  2. Celeste

    Celeste Little Dog

    I love corn snakes i used to own one.
    They stay small and are usually really friendly
    *Some pics of her feeding.
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  3. puertorifan

    puertorifan Little Dog

    i love feeding time pics!!!!!:lol:
     
  4. APBTlover09

    APBTlover09 GRCH Dog

    lol, you got one of what? :p
     
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  5. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    lol nothin, i was drinkin last night lol
     
  6. APBTlover09

    APBTlover09 GRCH Dog

    lol kk, you crack me up :p :bighug:
     
  7. megschristina

    megschristina Moderator

    I really love corn snakes too.

    Snakes I like to admire in their own habitat would definately be copperheads while they are sunning...so pretty.
     
  8. Pipbull

    Pipbull Big Dog


    Really! I've caught so many hognoses, I had no idea they were venomous. I probably would have been a lot more careful.

    Good lord.....I'm just remembering one day where I had 2 in one hand and 1 in the other. God, I'm stupid. Are they known to be big biters?
     
  9. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    No, they're very reluctant to bite. They have rear, recurved, grooved fangs. You'd have to get your hand or finger all the way in the back of their mouths to risk an envenomation. I've actually only heard of it happening one time with any kind of problem, and the guy was bitten during a feeding response. He let the snake chew on him for several minutes, and we semi-normal people wouldn't do that ;)
    Good to know there are so many here, though! I'll keep an eye out for them. :D
     
  10. Pipbull

    Pipbull Big Dog

    That was in NY, though. I've never seen them here. But we do have lots of rat snakes here, and those are beautiful and a fun catch.


    So.....you're in FL now?
     
  11. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    I know they're in south GA, and I'm pretty sure they range this far south. I'll check the range map as soon as I get all my books unpacked.
    Yep. Moved to Tallahassee last week.
     
  12. chewbecca

    chewbecca Good Dog

    Dammit!
    Now I want a hognose.

    We'll see come spring when we have our basement rearranged.
    Priorities for basement, though, are Stagger Lee's big boy enclosure, and more gecko racks for my breeding projects next year.
    THEN maybe a hognose.:lol:
     
  13. Fantastic pictures !!

    Love penelope !! :cool:


     
  14. Koley

    Koley Little Dog

    Boelens are definitly up there for my i got to pet one at bob clarks facility gorgous animals.

    As far as pets go I like my burms big but very mild tempered:o

    False water cobras are awsome too my man's is awsome to watch eat.

    Oh an my fave colubrid at the moment is my green rat snake (you won't find these for sell)
     

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  15. Sweetie Darlin'

    Sweetie Darlin' Good Dog

    We do have hognose here in Central/SW Florida. We just caught one a few weeks ago—just a baby. They're pretty awesome with their fake outs too!!! LOL They're cute little guys. Red rats (corn snakes) and yellow rats are fun too. Every once in a blue moon we see a coachwhip and rarely see is the indigo anymore.
     
  16. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    Unfortunately, indigos are critically endangered throughout their entire range. I think it's illegal to even look at one cross eyed these days, and handling, catching, or killing will get you a one way ticket to jail. Damn shame, too. They're gorgeous animals and play a vital role in the environment. We used to catch them by the handfuls in Louisiana 30 years ago, now they're almost gone :(
     
  17. PitBullHappeningsRescue

    PitBullHappeningsRescue Rescue Moderator Premium Member

    Yes, Very UnFortunate, They eat Diamond Back Rattlers... and Yes, Very endangered!

    My favorite snake is the Black Racers. Mainly because they eat pygmy rattle snakes. My side job involves doing yard work and unfortunately the area is almost infested with them. Luckily there are a lot more black racers around...I also, for a precaution, carry a machete with me while I work :lol: just in case... I've only needed to use it once.

    Do NOT Kill Black Racers, They are the Good Snakes!!!
     
  18. mikebrown18

    mikebrown18 Puppy

    I have three favorites. All of which i have owned. Reticulated Pythons, Green Anacondas, and any snake in the genus Bitis.
     
  19. Magik

    Magik Puppy

    You all have some great snakes keep them coming!
     
  20. Venom

    Venom Puppy

    Boa constictors.
     

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