Hnnnnng I just got photos of my new babuuuu that I am getting in a week or two.
Bred and pics by PedigreePythons.
so i keep looking at the zebra jungles and damn I really want to ad some to my stock.
but i can’t have any new reps until july tho (when my quarantined animals can go out in to the main collection) as my quarantine area is occupied.
and its really not with the risk mixing animals ( limited space etc.)
i might just wait until the end of the year when the coming seasons hatchlings are available.
took me a while to find it, but here it is.
this is the original photo i was shown from the breeder i got that little jungle from.
this was apparently a hold back from a previous clutch from the same pairing .
some update pics of Gum ball the jungle .
she shed last night . getting big now but still so dull for a animal of her age and size.
she has the same amount of yellow in her now as Jelly Bean dose ( the adult female rescue)
shes still a gem to handle and feeding well , i just really think i was lied to about her breeding.
$200 , I had an older male i was asking $250 for , *( available only to Australian residents who hold the correct wild life permits)
so some one is maybe comming over this arvo to look at the stimsons i have fore sale ….. yay?
sneak peak at the newest issue of Scales and Tails magazine.
the Pied Stimsons and a T- albino that doesn’t yet have an explanation people are debating over weather it is a spotted python. or a Stimson X .
and to confirm on a previous speculation regarding the Pieds
snake ranch did in fact buy them in from a private breeder about 2 years ago (so they SHOULD be at breeding sizes this season)
Reptile equivalent of being pregnant. A gravid female would be carrying fertilised eggs.
The term ‘gravid’ is used to refer to humans also - para gravida, g4 p3 (pregnant four times, given birth three), etc.
It’s also fun to find out that your females are gravid. Ball Pythons in particular display some interesting behaviors on the way, like water bowl hugging, lumping, laying inverted, glowing, and the tail suck. The journey from finding the right pairing to the first peek of a snoot (or in a crested’s case, the mad rush from the the egg) can be frustrating, but really rewarding
Pretty sure nothing could be cuter than tiny baby snakes.
Lil baby geckos, maybe. But I admit to being biased in that regard.
Serrure was a really cute baby.
is the use of x-ray on developing embryos safe tho?
i though that now days ultrasound was more widely used to determine the presence of follicles / ovum ?