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My new adoption:) pics


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Posted by snakes on May 13, 2003 at 03:53:46:

Hi!

I didn't write for some time, so I will reintrodue myself for people who don't know or don't remember me:)
My name is Lukasz and I am a snakebreeder in Poland. I am working with colubrids (Elaphe and Lampropeltis) and some boids (Corallus and Morelia), but I have a pet Burmese python. This is beautifull, young (CB 2001) normal male.

Few weeks ago we have moved, so I have now plenty of place for snakes, and because of this I have adopted a female from a guy who coudn't care for her anymore. She is in quite well shape - she was a little dehydrated, a little skinny and she had retained shed on her eyes. The previous caretaker left for 45 days and the person who was supposed to take care about the snake - was too afraid to put a water or something.
Now I removed a shed from one of her eyes - I try to moist the second, to remove it, and I have feed the snake:)
It is eating perfectly - well, it's a Burmese:)

Here are two pictures of her from today's morning:

First picture of my female
Second picture of my female

Now, I will be reading and writing this group a bit more, probably.
Since I have now the place - I am thinking about more burmese pythons, and maybe few retics:)

Best regards



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