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    A couple of neo shots from this year's babies

    I've been working with arboreals for many years now. Here are a couple from this year:


    Neo Green tree Python:


    Neo Amazon Basin Emerald:


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    beautiful looking snakes and nicely photographed too,i don't know much about them but always loved the emerald tree boas,probably a silly question what does the neo mean
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    Neo is a prefix meaning "beginning" or "juvenile," as is the case with these baby snakes. I can't remember the full word that it stands for here, though. In any case, great color on these two! I only have corn snakes, but love serpents of all kinds, the arboreal greens included .
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    Magnificent creatures. Particularly like the current coloration on the GTP.
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    For they are the ones who let in the light."



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    "Neo" is just an abbreviation of neonate. As explained above, it is what herpers call young / baby snakes.

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    Oh that's right, neonate. Jeez, and I even have corn snake neonates over here..... stupid memory....
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    I love Chondros with a passion, or for a matter of fact, the entire Morelia genus...

    But the Emerald Boas... They are gorgeous and all, but the teeth. Dear god the teeth XD

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    Chondros are worse when it come to teeth, I've always heard, though.... at least the green tree.....
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