OMG! One summer I was on vacation, I think it may have been in california but it could have been during my trip to mexico but I saw a fairly older man walking his dragon and it was just the greatest thing. At one point he stooped down, picked the dragon up and let him walk the rest of the way on his shoulders into some shop. When we walked back that way he was still around and people were getting pictures of them and with the dragon.
Walk the dragon, waaaaaaalk the dragon
[all by myself playing in the background]
I have been looking at, reading, and listening to so many snake care and how to guides for the past week now. Today I caught myself just sitting in front of my computer for HOURS looking snake stuff up.
I have an awful habit of looking too far into the (not concrete) future, and speaking of things that I’d like to occur. Wanting to own a pet snake, however, has been years on my lips.
House rule has ALWAYS been no reptiles, no birds, no rodents
Any time I bring up the “I want a snake” talk, I’m always met with the rebuttal of “You wouldn’t be able to feed it mice, you would never be able to see that happen!” I’m fairly sure my mother thinks the only way to feed a snake is by giving it a live mouse/rat. I can’t even get a word in about how dangerous that is for snakes.
And I mean seriously, I just want a corn snake.
1 baby corn snake to love and take care of
but I can’t until I move out and I honestly have NO idea when that will ever be
Prebought Animal Crossing: New Leaf so I’m reading for it’s release
I am so freaking ready
if you wanna be neighborly hit me up with your friend codes and I’ll hit you up with mine
ugh I missed hannibal on tv now I gotta wait for it to upload online huuuuurrrrrry
(all photos from Freight Freitas)
Decided to show off anon’s ‘muddy snakes’. The top left is a green/silver pair, top right is clutch results.
Freitas also created the oxyjansen hybrids, in which he theorized that the jansensi was just another color morph of the oxycephala species (second row images is pure jansen, sulawesi and selayar pure black). The resulting snakes hatched out green and ‘normal’, and would go through a color change to the amazing adult you see at bottom. IIRC, the hybrids were also calmer animals like their janseni parentage, and were pretty easy to keep.