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RE: Not sure where to post this, but...

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Posted by: briansharp at Mon Jan 10 07:47:00 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by briansharp ]  
   

The photo from my first post and the one below are of a female I produced in 2007 and held back. They were taken in the summer of 2009, when she was about 5 feet. Two more carefully staged photos taken by me with the snake in one hand, and the camera in the other! LOL I believe her mom is shown on my badly outdated website!

Yes, I've got a group of the Paraguayans. They are interesting animals, with a somewhat different look. Maybe its just my imagination, but they appear to have a slightly different head shape with more prominent ridges over the eyes.

Brian


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