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Old 08-01-2013, 09:44 PM   #16
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AAHHHHHH..... You wimps....
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MT is that a ball python?
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Old 08-01-2013, 10:36 PM   #18
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Forced.... All right..... the truth....

We don't like snakes either.... that was a sidewalk hawker down in South Beach with his pet snake that we all "decorated" ourselves with... and gave him a tip.

I have no idea what kind of snake....(We'd had enough to drink that I don't think we cared.)

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lol MT and here I was about to give Mrs MT props for having waaay more stones that I ever could have. I think it is a ball python. I know they are harmless but I am not sure I could accessorize like that.
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lol MT and here I was about to give Mrs MT props for having waaay more stones that I ever could have. I think it is a ball python. I know they are harmless but I am not sure I could accessorize like that.
Perhaps a lemon flavored one?
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It's an albino Burmese python. The resultant yellow coloration is really attractive. Almost makes me want one... almost.

Burmese pythons are invasive in Florida. The only good news is that 'gators eat them.
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Burmese pythons are invasive in Florida.
Yeah, as interesting as these might seem as pets, them and many other pets have turned into VERY big problems for local environments. That and the harm put on their local ecosystems harvesting them. I'm of the opinion it'd be better to prohibit the sale or possession of them. For the sake of the animals, their local habitats and those here as well. Screw vanity possession of animals like this, it's just a bad idea all around.
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Thanks for the ID opera. Very sad seeing the 2 children that died this week from an attack.

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