Anyone else keep Trans-pecos Ratsnakes?

Noexcuse4you

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Anyone else keep these guys? They're definitely one of my favorite snakes of all time! My female just shed so I thought I'd show her off. She and her brother will be a year old next month.

I plan on getting an axanthic blonde and an albino in the future. I've been waiting for them to pop up, but they rarely do.

 

Mack&Cass

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They are stunning snakes, the regular ones aren't offered for sale much in Canada which is unfortunate, I can't wait to get some.

Gorgeous girl.

Cass
 

zonbonzovi

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Oh, very nice, Kyle! Does she have the typical snotty temperament?
 

Noexcuse4you

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Oh, very nice, Kyle! Does she have the typical snotty temperament?
Nah, the trans-pecos ratsnakes don't have the temperament of other ratsnakes. I've only had her rear up only once when she was tiny. It was so cute, I had to get a pic. You can really see how vivid they get with age.

 

ZephAmp

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Nah, the trans-pecos ratsnakes don't have the temperament of other ratsnakes. I've only had her rear up only once when she was tiny. It was so cute, I had to get a pic. You can really see how vivid they get with age.

I would TOTALLY be scared of this. :rolleyes:{D:D
 

Noexcuse4you

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Here's the male. He's not as colorful as the female, but still beautiful in his own way.

 
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