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Discussion in 'Childrens Pythons' started by smallgrayfox, Apr 4, 2005.

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  1. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Brand New Pictures!!!

    Here is Ky-Lin last night checking out her home country on the world map :D I from here?

    Or am I from over here?

    I just don't know which part of Australia I'm from! I'm so confused!

    *sigh* I give up!
  2. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    I love the way Ky-Lin's eyes all pythons have similar eyes?

  3. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Is anybody out there? :eek:
  4. venus

    venus Founding Member

    She is beautiful Juliane.
  5. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    love the pics. i don't know if all python's have the same eyes but hers are beautiful. wondeful colors. :)
  6. Jem_Scout

    Jem_Scout Elite Member

    She's growing SO fast!!!
    I just wanna kiss her...she's so cute :p
  7. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    i love the last pic the best. i look at it alot and i want to draw it. :D
  8. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Thank you for the compliments! I want to kiss her's often difficult to resist, but I don't want her to mistake my nose for a pinky! :eek:

    DarkMagician, if you do draw it, I'd love to see the results! :D I'm glad you like it...I keep looking at it too because her eyes fascinate me!
  9. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    its such a wonderful pic. its like the perfect shot. i saved it in one of my files so when i get the chance i do want to start drawing it. :)
  10. jacky

    jacky Moderated Status

    AWWW,cute!Didn't know she was that tiny,'cause she looks much bigger on the other pics I've seen where she is on her tree,remember?
  11. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Yes, she looks HUGE in pictures where there's no size reference. My mom, who doesn't like snakes a lot, thought she was enormous in one of the pics where she's on the branch, and she was horrified. I laughed so hard at her reaction. :D

    She's growing really fast. She has grown bigger around than I expected her to by this point, and she's grown some in length as well. I think she's pretty happy with us. When I go over to her enclosure, she comes immediately over to where I am to see me, and if she thinks I'm taking the lid off, she stretches waaaaaaaaaaaay up trying to meet me at the top. She seems to enjoy coming out so much :)

    I truly love this snake! :eek:
  12. jacky

    jacky Moderated Status

    That sounds like a great personality,and she sems already very tame.You don't read that very often,that snakes come up to "greet" you,maybe from corns,but snakes are usually more shy than yours!Sounds really great!!

    I don't know if you remember this Juliane,but I asked you once if you know the latin name of a children's python,(well I think I did,anyway,but I can't find it anymore,lol)

    Could you tell me again,should you have done before?!Thanks!
  13. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Antaresia Childreni ;)
  14. jacky

    jacky Moderated Status

    thanks Merlin!
  15. jacky

    jacky Moderated Status

    Oh,and another thing;does anybody know why it's called children's python?
    First when I read about Juliane's snakes,I thought it's "the children's python" LOL!
  16. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    Jacky, this is from a website called Burke's Backyard( :

    "Despite its name the Children's Python is not a python that eats children, nor is it a snake more suitable than others as a children's pet. This reptile was named after the scientist John George Children, who first described them. Children's Python is the common name given to the four native Australian pythons of the genus Antaresia. Antaresia childreni and Antaresia maculosa are the most commonly kept by amateur herpetologists. A. childreni can be found in the wild across much of northern Australia, while A. maculosa is seen along the northern half of the east coast of Australia"

    Ky-Lin is an Antaresia childreni, like Merlin said :)
  17. jacky

    jacky Moderated Status

    Thanks Juliane!
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