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A Beautiful Thing (but Khan is gone)

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Posted by: Ameron at Mon Jul 30 13:16:51 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ameron ]  
   

After reading your Reptile magazine article a few months ago about Russian nature & traits, I got one. He is The One. I love his bold, curious, calm nature, and he was out exploring his vivarium most of the time.

Most fun of any snake I've ever known.

Too bad that he was recently lost in an accident OUTSIDE in a very wooded acre next to 2 vacant lots...

Yup, I *may* see him again. One day. Supposing that any of the 3 cats in the yard won't find & eat him first. Until then I can only remember the memory of a snake that, rather than being a bump on a log most of the time, is curious & active often.

(If you plan to sell any of those hatchlings, let me know.)

1.0 Elaphe schrencki
1.0 Elaphe guttata


   

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