Just thought I would share some photos of my (and my fiance’s) snake collection. Hope everyone enjoys the photos! (captions below)
This is Dexter, my 2010 female. I know Dexter is a weird name for a girl but at first we assumed her sex was male until a probing told us differently lol. We got her back in November and she loves to chill on the bed with me and watch netflicks.
An experimental photo I took to see if a white backround would help me capture her coloring better… it kind of worked…
Enjoying a nice soak in the sink closing to being in shed.
Really nice underbelly/ventral area shot I got. Her coloring is so neat!
Feather Stone, our newest addition. He is a boa morph known as a Motley he is also het for albino which (for those who do not know) means if he is paired up with an albino female we will get some ‘normal’ motleys and some albino motleys… in a nut shell anyways lol. Oh and this photo was taken by his breeder not myself.
A shot of his tail, the coloring is way off because we have a red heat lamp in our QT area but you get the general pattern.
This is another photo from his breeder, they are a lot better than my phone photos that’s for sure.
Checking out his new (well new/temp) digs =)
Coming out of his hide away =P he pushed his water over there as well. What is it with my snakes always trying to re-arrange their homes?
Sandy, my Fiancé’s Kenyan Sand Boa. She really is such a mellow easy going snake. The breeder told us her coloring is called Lemon but being that she (and her sister) are our first Kenyans I am not sure if it is really necessary to include when describing them.
Sandy when we first got her back in November! Man has she grown…
A picture trying to capture how yellow Sandy is right after a shed, she normally appears so cloudy since she lives in the sand.
We actually got dusty from the same breeder as Sandy on my fiancé’s birthday in January of 2011.
Tangerine Kenyan Sand Boa female.