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    Default Suriname VS Indigo

    Pictures are blurred because the battle took place on a cage shelf ,back where my head wouldn't fit (LOL) and I had to just stick the camera in and click............html][/URL]

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    Crazy skip.... lol going to assume that was a stillborn Suri?

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    Have you gone mad!?!?!? I hope that wasn't a perfectly healthy suri =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixSpdRT View Post
    Have you gone mad!?!?!? I hope that wasn't a perfectly healthy suri =/
    ha ha ... thought id mess with some heads for a minute.LOL....Make people think WHAT when the click.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reptileman2929 View Post
    Crazy skip.... lol going to assume that was a stillborn Suri?
    Your close,it was one I tried to keep but started looking weak the other day ,missing its nose and had a dead eye,flicked its tongue alright thou.If it had thrived I was keeping it.She didn't pee for its month of life,after freezing I chopped it and it was full of urine.so I did what I had to do and frooze it.Hate killing stuff ,but got to man up when breeding animals.LOL.First one in 3 litters that had striped touching peaks,go figure right.

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    Damn man.... I feel your pain, just looking at her pattern. Wow!!! But we got to do what we got to do... quality of life is most important. But at least she didn't go to waste and served as a good meal for the Indigo.

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    Did the indigo take it quickly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reptileman2929 View Post
    Damn man.... I feel your pain, just looking at her pattern. Wow!!! But we got to do what we got to do... quality of life is most important. But at least she didn't go to waste and served as a good meal for the Indigo.
    It was hard walking away from the freezer and not going back.But after, I felt ok about it and was fine feeding it to my indigo.
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    Did the indigo take it quickly?
    All yea they are eating machines.As you may know ranchers don't kill indigos as they keep the rattlesnake population down,they say snakes and lizards are there food of choice.I think it don't matter as long as there feed every few days they could care less what it is.LOL.I went to the Asian market and got frog legs and chicken necks.He tears them up also.Fun snake if you don't mind your your head in a cage cleaning a lot.LOL...What goes in must come out.But at the same time of moving fast with big feeding response there so tame when hes for sure its me with out food.

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    Wow! Well this is the food chain. Only the strong survive.

    Hate seeing a Suri go down though.

    But still pretty cool.

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    You did the right thing and I'm sure the indigo loved the snack.
    I saw one of Jeremy Stone's videos where he fed a king snake the still borns and even slugs from a recent litter.

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