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My Reptiles :)

Discussion in 'Herp Photos' started by anonymouskinkajou, Sep 28, 2013.

  1. Sahara, 5 year old normal ball python:

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    Kenya, 3 year old normal Kenyan sand boa:

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    Gobi, 1.5 year old stripe Kenyan sand boa:

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    New un-named Colombian rainbow boa:

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    Koopa, a red-cheeked mud turtle of unknown age but at least 6 years:

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    No pictures of my new anery Kenyan sand boa yet, a friend is giving him to me tomorrow! :)
     

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  2. JoshuaJones

    JoshuaJones Banned User

    I think Koopa's awesome!:D
     
  3. Snakewomen

    Snakewomen Active Member

    New un-named Colombian rainbow boa:

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    sorry I know this thread is really old, but that looks like a brazilian rainbow boa, not a columbian. Just thought I'd say that since I have one too. Sorry If I'm wrong :)
     
  4. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Hello, that is indeed a Columbian not a Brazilian:)
     
  5. Snakewomen

    Snakewomen Active Member

    oh sorry, now I feel rude
     
  6. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    Actually, snake woman is correct. It looks like a Brazilian to me as well.
     
  7. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Both are very similar in pattern but brazilians have much more of a redish color to them. I'm still going with columbian. As these guys age their pattern fades away.
     
  8. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    Are you referring to a Columbian red tail boa? Because they do not look like a BRB. The head pattern is way different, same with the body lol. So I'm guessing you don't mean Columbian RTB
     
  9. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    No I'm talking about columbian rainbow boas (Epicrates maurus).
     
  10. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    I didn't know they existed! Off to Google!
     
  11. Snakewomen

    Snakewomen Active Member

    I knew about them, and just knew that they were much more pale and with less pattern. I didn't know they had more pattern as babies though!
     

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