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    As fun as it would be, I did promise that I wouldnt shoot him... What else ya got laying around there?! Lol If you go to my profile and look at my album there is a picture of me with one of the rattlers I shot with my bow. Just don't show ol' blue eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    As fun as it would be, I did promise that I wouldnt shoot him... What else ya got laying around there?! Lol If you go to my profile and look at my album there is a picture of me with one of the rattlers I shot with my bow. Just don't show ol' blue eyes
    I know you wouldn't ! He's like a kid to me. I have 4 big boa's , a 17 ft. Burmese Python , 8 different kinds of king snakes, two milk snakes, 3 rosy boas , 1 rattler , a male and female baby water monitor's like the big one in the picture, my son and a rabbit named Lucky( was going to be python food). He lives in the backyard. He's a crack up. Had a dog for 16yrs. that I had to put down a couple yrs. ago but haven't got another. That's about it !
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    You should come down to Missouri, and collect all the snakes I have in my backyard.. They really enjoy all the river rock and pool water... I've got a nice mix of northern water snakes, black snakes, garden snakes, and some snake that is red, yellow and black.

    They're all yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    I know you wouldn't ! He's like a kid to me. I have 4 big boa's , a 17 ft. Burmese Python , 8 different kinds of king snakes, two milk snakes, 3 rosy boas , 1 rattler , a male and female baby water monitor's like the big one in the picture, my son and a rabbit named Lucky( was going to be python food). He lives in the backyard. He's a crack up. Had a dog for 15yrs. that I had to put down a couple yrs. ago but haven't got another. That's about it !
    Goodness. Ive got a baby and a wife and barely find time to hunt! Youve got jurassic park! Are they alot of maintnence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Goodness. Ive got a baby and a wife and barely find time to hunt! Youve got jurassic park! Are they alot of maintnence?
    LOL ! The snakes aren't much maint. but the monitors are. They are messy. My big one isn't bad. He usaully goes to the bathroom in front yard when I take him out most everyday. easier than cleaning it up in the cage. My yard is dirt so no big deal. I feed him about every other day. The little ones every day. My big python a rabbit about every two weeks. Boa's and other snakes once a week. My son takes care of them when I hunt unless he is gong with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    You should come down to Missouri, and collect all the snakes I have in my backyard.. They really enjoy all the river rock and pool water... I've got a nice mix of northern water snakes, black snakes, garden snakes, and some snake that is red, yellow and black.

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    Hah ! the red yellow and black sounds like a coral snake which is venomous or a milk snake which isn't. a cousin of the king snake. You may have cotton mouth's mixed in with those water snake you know unless you know what they look like. I'm sure you have copper heads too. Garter (not garden) are everywhere ! they like fish and frogs like the water snakes. If you make a note on the color bands of the red,yellow and black snake, I'll tell you if it's a coral snake or not. You don't want to get bit by them. Their venom is neurotoxin. Attacks the nervouse system unlike most rattlers,cotton mouth's and copperhead's which are hemotoxin. It attacks the muscle system. Bet you don't have a problem with mice or rat's !

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    Can't get the video to download from a file or copy/paste . Tried different ways but no luck. It's an IMG not Jpg.
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    Here's a pic of Big Dude. My son named him that when he was 4 yrs. old
    He named the monitor lizard Snoopy when he was 2 yrs. old. We just call him snoop now.
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    He looks like he would like to cuddle.

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    He does with rabbits

 

 

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