The Creepy Crawler Thread! ~~~:>-

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  1. Smartee Pants

    Smartee Pants Senior Member

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    Wow! The Northern Mexican Pinesnake is a beauty! I don't currently have any but have had 2 Columbian Boas that I raised from pencil sized to 6'. Now I have to settle for rescuing them when they show up to close to work and moving them to the field nearby or playing with them when they show up near the house. :)
     
  2. Circle C

    Circle C Senior Member

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    Just... ew lol Snakes & spiders as pets.... eeeeek
     
  3. ginster

    ginster Senior Member

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    I love snakes, not such a big fan of spiders...
     
  4. Caoimhe

    Caoimhe Senior Member

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    Haha I find them very interesting! :)

    My tarantula does creep me out sometimes haha, but she does have funny habits. She cleans herself meticulously after eating her crickets, and the pieces of cricket she doesn’t like she buries in a section of her cage (nowhere else); I call it her cricket graveyard haha!

    She’s also recently started making her burrow, it’s cool to see how careful she is moving the soil around and patting it down etc...
     
  5. waresbear

    waresbear Senior Member

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    This is Slithern, a garter snake that lives in my bleeding IMG_20180716_113501.jpg heart rockery garden. He is very fast, essy's way faster than my pup can run. He is hibernating right now, we had snow. IMG_20180716_113511.jpg
     
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    Not my 'pet' but a protected resident of my farm. He has been around for 4 years, and hasn't tamed a bit. That's OK since my husband would move out if I brought him inside.:p
     
  7. waresbear

    waresbear Senior Member

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    You got that right doublelranch! No wild snakes be living in my house, no tame ones either.
     
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