Discussion in 'Herp Photos' started by kik, Jan 9, 2012.
So cute! I love the green coming in, going to be a stunning animal!
Here're the pics of the day
C.hortulanus CB 11
can you post some more pics of that hognose?
They are looking great! Thanks for sharing
Your ATBs are amazing. Thank you for sharing.
Thank's guys !
I will post more pics of hognose but in a few weeks .
Hahaha a few weeks!? You sir... are quite the showman. I will wait your few weeks.
But if I may- a question: I am looking into getting a western hognose, what are they like to keep?
So to keep them is very simple, they moves during the day and mines are good eater. I don't know what to say in plus... If you have any questions just ask me :_)
So for you a pic of my male.... Just to show how his head is when he's angry , he tried to scary me but it didn't work....too small
Thank you kik, much appreciated. You herpcenter people are killing me... because of you guys my house will surely be over-run with snakes.
It's a long time I haven't given news of my snakes because I was quite busy those last few months... So here are some updated pictures... enjoy.
My C. Hortulanus I wanted to keep home. She is coming lighter and lighter with more and more patterns. Let's see the evolution, but Im not sure to keep it...
The boiga cyanea whose green is still changing/evolving...
Finally, small worf which has not finished his ontogenic change yet. I think the blue line will be lighter and he will be completely green.... let's see
Glad to have you back! Looking good Kik, Worf is beautiful! Is worf a male?
Ooh, very gorgeous!! Cute, too!
I think it is a male, but not 100% sure, I think when Ill be decided to buy a second one, I will do something to know exactly....
Awesome photos!!! I LOVE the boiga most of all. I had a boiga dendrophila, but sadly, he passed a couple of months ago. After 4 years, I came in and foynd him at the bottom of the cage...the next day, I lost my white-lipped python, so it is fabulous to see some of the more exotic snakes being kept.
Last time to much light on worf so the colors were not really good like I can see them in reality...so an other one
What a proud looking snake, gorgeous! You can never take too many photos of Worf
Your snakes are looking great!
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