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    I LOVE THIS SNAKE!!!

    Ohh snakes snakes snakes.. tsk tsk... Me too!!!! LOL
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    Pissed off Update haha

    I know right?! Lol..
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    Pissed off Update haha

    Me again with a quick update. If you guys already knew a few years back then you would probably still remember my grumpy Boiga philippina named Garfield.. If not, then let me refresh your memory with his photo Here he is now, 3 years later and still feisty as ever lol With flash...
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    New Snake

    Lol at breaking down.. congrats and enjoy! :D
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    Warning: Death from cuteness is possible

    Start of a new week ahead.. Just wanna share how i feel when Monday is near LOL How 'bout you guys? :P
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    Catching up to CNY

    Look who decided to catch-up with Chinese New Year..My very first T, Lady Macbeth, doing her thing.New Year (chinese), New Skin!!After a year and half finally she molted. This makes her hit the max 6" legspan mark and also marks her 8th year bday with me :)Happy weekend guys!!
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    Hello from Blaze

    Hey blaze welcome aboard! :)
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    I don't know what to do!

    Check your nitrite, nitrate, ammonia, chloramine/chlorine levels on the water. Most tetras require soft, slightly acidic water. Check and clean your filtering system as well.
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    My Baby Boa isn't eating.

    Most reptiles this season go off-feed. Try raising the temos by a couple of degrees more to stimulate the metabolism and appetite. How long has it been since it last ate?
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    Look Alikes :D

    Thought I'd introduce some of my critters to you guys. Not that they don't deserve their own threads but because I'm gonna be away again for a few days. Just to keep you guys freshened up with new species that you don't see posted every day (or ever in any forums for that matter. Unless we're...
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    Swing, swing.. (warning: cuteness inside)

    Haha i know right. I actually had it printed out and framed for the living room haha
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    Swing, swing.. (warning: cuteness inside)

    Remember my babies?? Well for those of you who've only seen them now, I used to have 5 sugar gliders. I sold of three before I embarked on my 4-month Southeast Asia tour. Now Tasha (Anastasia), had 2 babies a month and a half before I came back so I'm back to having four. Tasha and her...
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    Grumpy Cat's Scaly Counterpart :D

    Asian vinesnake (Ahaetulla prasina) :)
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    Grumpy Cat's Scaly Counterpart :D

    Yup lol.. She clearly loves or hates the cam haha
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    Grumpy Cat's Scaly Counterpart :D

    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. She wasn't obviously happy about the idea It only took me 17...
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    The Miracle of Life

    Dog-toothed Cat-eyed snake (Boiga cynodon) :)
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    The Miracle of Life

    The gift of life is the best gift of them all.. ('coz love is the greatest? @[email protected]) Picked up this egg during my vacation in one of the tropical paradises in South-east Asia. Only God knows what's inside. I found it inside a hollow tree stump. 3 weeks later... Boom! Thank goodness it's not a...
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    Much needed vacation!

    Hey guys! Been gone for weeks and this is what's keeping me busy. Where was I, you ask? Mini-herping, trekking and skinny-dipping atop a mountain stream in the southern region of the Philippines! :P Enjoy! Me and my local guide lol My cam had a smudgy lens at this...
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    Sneaky Snake

    Indeed. Oh and i forgot to say that this one is an adult already :D
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    Sneaky Snake

    Another one of my top favorite snake, Dryophiops philippina. Not as brightly colored as most conventionally kept snake species are and maybe some of you have only heard of this snake until today but i assure you they are a delight to own. A similar looking cousin, Dryophiops rubescens, exists in...
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