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Re: T.S.Parientalis


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Posted by n2snakes on December 27, 2002 at 23:37:47:

In Reply to: T.S.Parientalis posted by julio on December 12, 2002 at 22:22:57:

:0'2 male red sided

Your snake is beautiful. My son just (last saturday) got a captive garter snake. We didn't know what kind she was, until we saw the picture of yours---now we know.......she, Sierra, looks just like yours. Except she is much bigger. They said she was 2 years old. How big do they normally get? We are relatively new to this. Last spring my son was given a wc garter. He is 8 years old......to say the least he feel in love with snakes. Last friday she died. We were all crushed...she really grew on us, she had become part of the family. They think it was something she ate in the wild. If you have any hints on garters, we would gladly welcome them!! Thanks for posting that great picture and helping us discover that Sierra is a t.s. parientalis!!



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