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Old 06-14-2013, 05:41 PM   #261
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Can't wait two more years till I graduate and then i can really work on my mts
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Old 06-14-2013, 05:56 PM   #262
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Okay as requested pictures of my room. I know it's crowded but the snakes weren't always here my girlfriend moved and I had to keep them in my room for awhile till she gets her apartment in August.

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Wire rack on the left of the door with extra cages/bins and the two green tree pythons.

Left green tree cage (Fiona/little devil) just a yearling

Shrek adult male green tree cage. He's hiding behind the leaves on the left.

Wire rack straight from door. Three ball python cages.

Bottom cage 40 breeder, female pinstripe ball python names penny. Roughly 400 grams

Middle cage 40 breeder exo terra. Male normal ball python and first snake, names slytherin 610 grams

Top cage 20 long. Female lesser ball python, names lotus 550 grams

Tv rack across from the foot of my bed.

20 long on top of tv. Mojave ball python name lotto. Since we won him in a raffle. 215 grams.

Fluval edge community to the right of the tv rack. Some tetras and electric blue crayfish.

125 gallon african Cichlid tank to the right of my bed. Roughly 35 mbuna, peacocks and haps. Two ac 110. And two 200watt heaters. (Check Cichlid discussion for pictures of my rescape)

Three bettas under the fluval. One veil tail. One crown tail. One half moon I think.

45 gallon as my head board. 150 watt heater. Marineland 350 and 200. Three barracuda, one butterfly, and spiny eel.

That's my room have clothes in closets, along with extra supplies fit where there is room. Pretty tight but it always keeps you entertained I can promise that and I guess you get a picture of the rescape.
Wow!!!!! I'm amazed too! That is an amazing room! It's pretty cool how you keep it so clean too. Lol. I wish my room had all those pets in it.
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I forgot my fry tank. It's on top of the two green tree pythons
What kind of fry?
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Can't wait two more years till I graduate and then i can really work on my mts
Lol. So far, I think you have the worst case of room mts. Worse = A WHOLE LOT OF TANKS and the tanks and amazing.
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What kind of fry?
Ruby green, those things are like rabbits in my tank
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Ruby green, those things are like rabbits in my tank
Is it a type of cichlid? They sound pretty cool.
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Yep a african hap.
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Yep a african hap.
Ooh. Love haps. Can you get a close up pic of the fry/parents?
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Dad. (Not showing much of his red)

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Dad. (Not showing much of his red)

Mom (they stay more green)
They look really cool! Love their green tint.
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