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Re: A few pictures of my juvenile Natrix natrix helvetica


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Posted by Jan Grathwohl on March 09, 2003 at 22:25:57:

In Reply to: Re: A few pictures of my juvenile Natrix natrix helvetica posted by michael56 on March 09, 2003 at 15:09:13:

Hi Michael

At the moment i only have one individual (same specimen on both pictures... although the light is a bid different on them)... I will be adding three more next weekend from a German breeder.

They feed on small fish.

I don't give my snakes names (think we have a lot of work naming our 60+ rats, so don't need more animals to name ... although I bought a pair of corn's which by there previously owner was named Adam and Eve). I see my snakes more like study objects than pets.

Im glad you liked the photos and hope to be able to add some new ones later.

Regards

Jan Grathwohl

:Their gorgeous Jan! Much darker than I expected. I was just feeding my neodia, came up to make a coffee and ... nice suprise. Have they fed yet? Do you name them or is that too pet like? I name all of my companions, makes them more personable for visitors, children identify with them and I do also. May I assume they are male/female? And are they related? I have two pairs of the same species, same age which I believe are directly related, pictiventris and taxispilota. I'm going to check on this to determine if this is so. In the meantime, best of luck!
:Michael E.





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