Hello everyone! I normally post in the green iguana forum and I thought I should give my snake some of the spotlight too. His name is Preshuz and he's a plumbeous water snake (enhydris plumbea) and is indigenous to Southeast Asia. I think they might be endangered in some places but here in Malaysia we have plenty I had a lot of trouble in terms of husbandry because most people have never heard of a plumbeous, and many told me to keep him as I would a garter snake. After about a week or so of hardcore research I found a guy with the same snake and he kept it in a 100% aquatic setup with just enough land area for the snake to bask on. It's a good thing I found out myself because even the breeder I got him from just told me to keep him damp with a cocopeat bedding. Anyway, he's been with me for almost four months and he's such a sweet little guy. Puts up a struggle when held though! At 55cm he's about 10cm short of his adult size, but many animals under my care tend to grow much larger than average XD Here are some pictures of him I just managed to take today. I'm going to give him a nice big juicy piece of fish for allowing me this little photoshoot!