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RE: Green tree python rescue, need help!

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Posted by: PHFaust at Fri Jan 20 21:24:04 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHFaust ]  
   

>>I rescued a gtp from an owner who did not take care of the snake correctly at all, im not sure what exactly is wrong with it and what I should do, I've been increasing the humidity and keeping her moist but not much improvement.. I'm not sure how to load pictures from an iPhone?

We def need a little more info. What is the snake doing that is off or what is it doing to show it is ill?

What were previous care conditions?

Share your caging, heating and humidity set ups for now.

As for photos:
You cannot post a photo to the forums directly from your computer's hard drive. You must first upload the photo to the internet (many websites nowadays allow people to store their photos online). When you register to use our forums, you also receive 10 MB of free photo storage space in our Pet Hobbyist Photo Gallery. You use the same username/password to log in to the photo gallery as you would use to login to the forums. There are three ways to add a photo to your message:

You can use our variation of HMTL code in the body of the message to add a photo. See the "Tools & Toys" for instructions.
You can type the URL for the photo in the "Image URL" section found at the bottom of the message screen.
Upload a photo to the Pet Hobbyist Photo Gallery. Then when posting a message on the forum, select it from a drop down menu of the photos you have in the gallery. Using the CTRL key, you can select up to three photos. This method is the best option since some photo websites will block you from using your photos elsewhere on the internet.
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