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“That feeling when all your snakes eat no problem. Aww yisss.” Herper Life (via frickyeahsnakesandstuff)

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notexactlylegal:

Today I found out about “Spotted Pied BP’s” and I have never wanted a snake more. 

Pics are the same animal, currently owned by Matthew Marculis, produced by Marc Bailey (If sources don’t fail me.)
 

If anyone has more details on this thing I’d love to know, because up until today I had never seen such a neat pattern. 

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sleepysnakes:

fuckyeahballpythons:

Paradox Coral Glows produced at Dynasty Reptiles.

Hhhnng

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suupersnek:

reptiliaherps:

doubledragonduo:

Showin off dem sexy azz legs

I’m not a model the camera just went off and it came out this way

I think this is my favorite photo set ever

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sunflic:

changing him from 2 day feedings to 3 is hard….

he looks at me with such,… hatred

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Hey guys, here’s a little birdy for you

Between Miss Ruby here molting (she’s extremely uncomfortable and grouchy) and the amount of rescues that have come in, we have been extremely busy.

This month alone, we have rescued 4 King Snakes, 2 Corn Snakes, a Ball Python, a Bearded Dragon, a Water Dragon and a Sulcata Hatchling.

The Kings, Corns and the Ball Python all came from the same person. They were all kept in horrendous conditions and all the Kings are pretty skinny. Months and months of sheds, waste and no water. I have never seen a snake open it’s mouth to drink water but each of these snakes did. It was a sad Fourth of July. They are eating well and are steadily recuperating.

The Bearded Dragon was dropped off at our local Wildlife Center. The guy handed them a box and drove off.

The Water Dragon just needed a home. A friend of a friend just didn’t have the time for her. Took exceptionally good care of her just felt like she needed a new home.

And the Sulcata was a CL rescue. They had him in a 20 long with reptile carpet and were only feeding him old Kale. 

Needless to say I’m going to update here with all of our new additions eventually, but for the time being I’ll be pretty quiet.

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Occupation: Reptile Breeder

mkmorphs:

Also known as: 24/7 shit cleaner!

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kaijutegu:

Kaiju no that does not belong there.

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July212014
crispysnakes:

Come on folks, there are only a few days left to comment on this!  Deadline is July 24th!  This Thursday!

All Americans who appreciate their freedom to have pets should comment. This may only affect big snake keepers now, but any species could be the next target. The entire pet community is being picked apart as we are not supporting each other in protecting our freedoms. Support your pet and reptile community and comment today! Over 80 million American households have pets. Over five million of those have pet reptiles. There should be tens or hundreds of thousands of comments made against adding additional species to the Constrictor Rule. This needs to be shared! Below are Talking Points, comment links, mailing address, sample letter, FAQ and more. 
Deadline is July 24 (no extension): Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is taking additional comments regarding listing five species of snakes (Boa constrictor, Reticulated python, DeSchauensee’s anaconda, Green anaconda and Beni anaconda) as injurious under the Lacey Act. These species were originally proposed in 2010. If listed, FWS would ban interstate transportation/commerce and importation. Remember to be professional and civil with your comments.
Comments must be submitted at www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=FWS-R9-FHC-2008-0015-4570 and clicking Comment Now! in the upper right. You may also comment at www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=FWS-R9-FHC-2008-0015-4570.



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Please guys, if you haven’t yet, go visit the site and comment to defend our ability to keep our animals.  If you missed why this is so important to us (and me) last time, it’s this: once added to the Lacey act, these animals cannot be moved or sold across state lines. 


For me, and in time you (you know they’re coming for BPs and smaller exotics next, just look at the bans coming out of West Virginia and the Carolinas), this means:

1.  If you get a job in another state or have to move to another state, you cannot take your pet(s) with you like a responsible owner.
2.  If your vet is across state lines or you have to seek medical attention for your animal across state lines, you can’t take it there.
3.  You can’t ship in or ship out from your state, destroying any chance at a solid business.
4.  Do you travel from state to state doing educational programs with your animals?  Good luck.  You might be able to get a permit for it.  Maybe.  If they’re feeling generous.
5.  Conservation through captive breeding?  Not anymore. 

And if you get caught trying to take your pet or sell your stock over state lines?
1.  Up to $10,000 in fines
2.  Jail time
3.  Congratulations, you are now a felon.

So again, please help us stop this assault on responsible reptile ownership.

crispysnakes:

Come on folks, there are only a few days left to comment on this!  Deadline is July 24th!  This Thursday!

All Americans who appreciate their freedom to have pets should comment. This may only affect big snake keepers now, but any species could be the next target. The entire pet community is being picked apart as we are not supporting each other in protecting our freedoms. Support your pet and reptile community and comment today! Over 80 million American households have pets. Over five million of those have pet reptiles. There should be tens or hundreds of thousands of comments made against adding additional species to the Constrictor Rule. This needs to be shared! Below are Talking Points, comment links, mailing address, sample letter, FAQ and more. 

Deadline is July 24 (no extension): Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is taking additional comments regarding listing five species of snakes (Boa constrictor, Reticulated python, DeSchauensee’s anaconda, Green anaconda and Beni anaconda) as injurious under the Lacey Act. These species were originally proposed in 2010. If listed, FWS would ban interstate transportation/commerce and importation. Remember to be professional and civil with your comments.

Comments must be submitted at www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=FWS-R9-FHC-2008-0015-4570 and clicking Comment Now! in the upper right. You may also comment at www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=FWS-R9-FHC-2008-0015-4570.
Please guys, if you haven’t yet, go visit the site and comment to defend our ability to keep our animals.  If you missed why this is so important to us (and me) last time, it’s this: once added to the Lacey act, these animals cannot be moved or sold across state lines. 
For me, and in time you (you know they’re coming for BPs and smaller exotics next, just look at the bans coming out of West Virginia and the Carolinas), this means:
1.  If you get a job in another state or have to move to another state, you cannot take your pet(s) with you like a responsible owner.
2.  If your vet is across state lines or you have to seek medical attention for your animal across state lines, you can’t take it there.
3.  You can’t ship in or ship out from your state, destroying any chance at a solid business.
4.  Do you travel from state to state doing educational programs with your animals?  Good luck.  You might be able to get a permit for it.  Maybe.  If they’re feeling generous.
5.  Conservation through captive breeding?  Not anymore. 
And if you get caught trying to take your pet or sell your stock over state lines?
1.  Up to $10,000 in fines
2.  Jail time
3.  Congratulations, you are now a felon.
So again, please help us stop this assault on responsible reptile ownership.

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