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Octopus wants to be pet.
I had a king cobra for about 3 and a half years. They're very docile when not hungry/shedding/guarding eggs. As long as you keep their feeding to a regular schedule and dont antagonize them, you can have a pretty good idea of when they can be handled at their safest. Obviously there's no such thing as a no risk venomous snake. Someone offered $500 and a ball python for her so I'm glad I got a snake that doesn't pose a health risk when it gets out of it's enclosure now.
Why did you have a cobra?
I like snakes
I mean i got that much. But why specifically a dangerous snake?
There's just a thrill knowing that you have such a powerful animal in front of you, one of the apex predators of nature currently resides in a giant terrarium inside your living room
Huh. Makes sense. you do you, snake man.
This is Chubbs. She's the ball python I got from the guy who bought my cobra. She's just about ready to shed.
This is Jebediah, he is small and looks like a cross between a baby crocodile and a gecko.
He is super chill never bites or tries to jump off and loves the warmth of my hands so he just sits there soaking up all that free energy.
For guys like us its not just having the animal that makes it great its the creation of thier homes also that plays a large part in having them.
I love to build different style terrariums for him every year or two he gets a new set up with live plants and everything.
Awwwww look at that cutey! By the size im going ti say only a few months old not even a year yet?
We picked up a brother and sister from the same clutch about 3 months ago unfortunately we lost the boy to a freak genetic disorder, but the little girl is still going strong and growing well
make sure you get plenty of handling in early, just little and often so they dont get too cold, our little one happily falls asleep on either mine or the wifes shoulder now cuddling into our neck
While I was out picking up more bedding for my snake I decided to also grab a bearded dragon. Haven't named it yet.
Ok. Thats a cute snake.
My cousin had some snakes for a while. Dont remember the species. They were really neat. I was kind of thinking of looking into getting a snake as a pet. But dont have the time for it now.
If you do ever get one. Ball pythons get to about 6 feet long and are very ok with being held. I've had this snake now for almost 4 years and haven't been bitten yet
Thanks for the tip. As i said dont have time for it now. Maybe someday.
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