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My "Thayeri" Plus You Name It

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Posted by: pyromaniac at Mon May 31 20:25:27 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pyromaniac ]  
   


This is my big beefy yard long 08 Thayeri. Not pure bred. I am thinking of finding a mate for him in the next couple of years. He is very sturdy and loves to eat. He started out in life with some flighty easily startled milk snake tendencies but has mellowed considerably over the last two years. I got him for only $20 because the former owner, who has a pet store could not easily show him to customers with out a lot of thrashing about and musking. I've had him almost two weeks now and when I handle him to transfer him to the feeding tub and back he is calm. He does not like to be overly handled, but does fine with brief deliberate handling.

I was directed here to this forum when I said I might like to find a mate for him, since he has so many good qualities even though his lineage is a bit suspect.


   

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