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Old 09-21-2008, 06:01 PM   #1
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sup all!

doing some searching and came across this forum, so far so good!

I live in south jersey and an animal nut in general. i own/manage an animal kennel, mostly dogs and cats but we also take care of birds and small pets too, pretty much anything that will fit in cage!
i personally have; fish of course, 2 cats, 3 pretty good sized snakes and 2 scorpions.
i guess this post is useless with out pics so here they are.
first is my aquarium;
its a 46 gal bow front, it is filtered by two rena xp3's plus i have a power head with a pre filter pumping water through a 25w UV sterilizer, it has a 96w CF light and i have 6 fantail goldfish.


its a bad pic but its all i got...
here are some pics of the snakes, first my Burmese python, oh and the most costly pet of all, my wife, lol




this is my reticulated python;





and here is my BCI (aka red tailed boa)


her climbing back into her cage;


my two cats;


and my scorpion's;


and that's about all!
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Welcome to the site! Nice bunch of critters you have.
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Old 09-22-2008, 02:51 PM   #6
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Welcome to AA!

I used to have a Burmese. It got to 9 and a half feet and I had to get rid of her.
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I used to have a Burmese. It got to 9 and a half feet and I had to get rid of her.
sorry you had to get rid of her. they can be a handfull once they get over 8 foot or so, my burm is about 11 feet and the reticulated is about 11 and half feet, even though its half the weight of the burm he is harder to deal with, the burm just lazes about.

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True, she was lazy. I had a scare with my 4yo son and knew he would have no problem being a meal for her so I sold.
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wow thats a pretty good reason to get rid of her! glad nothing happened!
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