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    Quote Originally Posted by FBImurders View Post
    Poor animals thay are selling them like if they were cakes
    I second that


    Nice animals, though.

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    love the black tree monitors , never liked albino animals except bear and bison

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    So many pics O_O

    Im not a big fan of reptiles but I do like turtles
    Gettin there...

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    Wow amazing pics of the snakes!!! Poor things, the least they could have done was put in some water for them .


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    Beautiful animals, I wouldn't mind having a few of them as pets!
    Do remember however, these are reptiles, and while I agree a small water bowl in the cages would be nice, most reptiles actually like very small, enclosed places, less so the large, open terrarium habitats, because small spaces are where they would naturally hide, and they feel protected. It's nowhere near as bad as you'd think. Besides, any that are bought will be quickly moved to larger tanks, and those not sold will be put back into larger living spaces back at the breeder's place.
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    Awesome! Very nice photos. Those are all perfect looking specimens. I've always wanted to raise a green tree python.

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    beautiful african ball pythons....almost makes me want to get a bumblebee soooo bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lance View Post
    Wow amazing pics of the snakes!!! Poor things, the least they could have done was put in some water for them .
    I thought that too, but if you notice the tree boas, they're wet so I'm guessing they had at least regular misting.

    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Beautiful animals, I wouldn't mind having a few of them as pets!
    Do remember however, these are reptiles, and while I agree a small water bowl in the cages would be nice, most reptiles actually like very small, enclosed places, less so the large, open terrarium habitats, because small spaces are where they would naturally hide, and they feel protected. It's nowhere near as bad as you'd think. Besides, any that are bought will be quickly moved to larger tanks, and those not sold will be put back into larger living spaces back at the breeder's place.
    Yeah I'm guessing because most if not all looked ok. I'm guessing it's pretty traumatic for them to be in clear boxes with tons of people walking past them, but hey if that's your business you gotta do what you gotta do. If you have a good reputation, you can charge a lot, and you won't have nice pets if they're stressed out because they lose their appetite if they're unhappy, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremiah Harris View Post
    Awesome! Very nice photos. Those are all perfect looking specimens. I've always wanted to raise a green tree python.

    Thanks for posting,
    -Jeremiah-
    Thanks. OMG they're so pretty

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