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Discussion in 'Not So Spineless Wonders' started by basin79, Jul 7, 2017.
Meet Harley Quinn. A yearling tri coloured hognose.
Beautiful! I'd never even heard of this genus.
I told myself if I ever decided to get another snake it would be these. I've waited a good while and last month I finally decided it was time to have a snake in my life again.
I only know Heterodon nasicus, and never heard of this one. But it is a gorgeous snake, you have got a great pet . It seems, that it has the same rainbow-coloured shimmer as Epicrates cenchria?
If I ever got back into snakes, it would be at the top of my list.
She'll not have the same iridescence.
Any special occasion? Was she hard to obtain?
No. I just felt ready for another snake. They're not particularly hard to come by no.
She is still a Beauty .
Oh yes. A tri coloured was the only snake I'd get (unless I won the lotto then I'd get my DWA licence and get a gaboon viper).
Gaboon viper is a fascinating snake, I saw an adult one in a reptile shop.
There are always the others who win in lotto, I have the same problem: Only peanuts, never the big deal .
Gaboon's are my favourite snake. Unbelievably stunning.
I've never seen a hognose looking like this, beautiful! Hogs are one of my favorite snakes. Their size and lifespan is really ideal to me, but most people seem to agree that they are more for advanced reptile keepers. Would this be true in your experience?
From what I've read their care seems pretty simple.
Very pretty girl, I'm sure you will have a great time with her. Hognose are pretty easy to care for from what I've read.
Yeah. And they seem to have bags of personality for a small snake.
All that I've met definitely did.