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Oh my god, he pulled it off! He regenerated 7 legs!!! They're half-size, but another molt will fix

that. Yay, Stumpster! The only problem with this is that after his next molt when the legs are back to normal, you'll have to come up with a new name 'cuz Stumpy won't be stumpy anymore. Maybe you should call him Norm. :-) Scott

lol I like it. :-P
Jennifer
that is fantastic! now he no longer looks like a furry lolliepop. john

roflmao I never thought of it that way!
Jennifer
Good going Stumpy! Now he can rejoin the arboreal lifestyle.

Leanne
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Good going Stumpy! Now he can rejoin the arboreal lifestyle. Leanne http://members.aol.com/huntryder79

Yep, he's already hanging out on the side of the bottle. :-P

Jennifer
P.S. Got another T tonight. I adopted the subadult greenbottle blue that came through the herp society. w00t!
Jennifer
that is fantastic! now he no longer looks like a furry lolliepop. john

roflmao I never thought of it that way!

hah! that is funny. Where are the pictures of him before his great feat? No pun intended.
Josh
P.S. Got another T tonight. I adopted the subadult greenbottle blue that came through the herp society. w00t!

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Can't wait for my new vietnamese blue beauty snake to arrive. Emotion: big smile

fr0glet
P.S. Got another T tonight. I adopted the subadult greenbottle ... Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue

Can't wait for my new vietnamese blue beauty snake to arrive. Emotion: big smile fr0glet

HAH HAH HA HA Froglet and Jenn are going BONkers! You are going to run out of room!
LOL
Cindy
P.S. Got another T tonight. I adopted the subadult greenbottle ... Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue Emotion: stick out tongue

Can't wait for my new vietnamese blue beauty snake to arrive. Emotion: big smile fr0glet

Where is he coming from? How old is it? I like the Vietnamese Blue Beauties and their markings, but I found that the ones that I saw where a little more flighty. The Taiwan Blue Beauties aren't quite as pretty, but seem a little more calm.
However, these were breeders, and not often handled. I bet yours is going to be as tame as a puppy after a while. I love the size on the Beauty snakes, an impressively large snake, but without all the weight to lug around.
Can't wait for my new vietnamese blue beauty snake to arrive. Emotion: big smile

Where is he coming from? How old is it?

PNHS! Unwanted snake from a local experienced herper - his cat and the snake were constantly going at each other through the glass! She's around 5 years old and only approx. 3 feet - some say the Vietnamese beauties are "dwarves".
I like the Vietnamese Blue Beauties and their markings, but I found that the ones that I saw where a little more flighty. The Taiwan Blue Beauties aren't quite as pretty, but seem a little more calm.

I housed a Taiwanese Blue Beauty here last summer - struck at me daily through the glass but was just flighty to handle. This one is described as "never aggressive, busy and active in your hands but quite docile". I haven't seen the snake yet!!
However, these were breeders, and not often handled. I bet yours is going to be as tame as a puppy after a while.

I hope so, though I find I've a special place in my heart for my gonzo nutso snakes that aren't elementary-school-approved, too.
I love the size on the Beauty snakes, an impressively large snake, but without all the weight to lug around.

One of our PNHS members has bred beauties for several years. Her big breeder female must be 10' or more, and about the diameter of my forearm. Busy, busy, snake, long and fast but not aggressive.
I CAN'T WAIT!! Emotion: big smile
fr0glet
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