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a real chicken killer

Nice bird Jeff. But only snakes we got is rattlers, cottonmouths and copperheads. Sorry ain't got no pics of these VIPERS. Can u believe that politicians passed a law that prevents me from taking my bird to Alaska to show you Jeff? Glad you thought of this, cause i will just let his image cross state lines. lol Bye Buck Thanks Mr Alered( concerned republican) from Colorado for the law and don't want to leave out his ally Mr Wayne Pacelle of the HSUS.

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Curious Chicken Killers?

Buck, Nice OEG, look likes it's been dubbed? Would you call that a Black Breasted Red?

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oh yeah its a BBR

But Mr. Quicksilver as far as being dubbed, would you believe that i froze off from FROST BITE ? I t happens you know thats why all these mountain climers with no FEET are around. lol

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Is that snake an albino, Jeff? Yellow seems an odd color.

My question is, is this cruel for the man eating the octipi or for the octipi killing the man?

Both. It would be cruel to be eaten alive by a man, it would also be cruel to have to admit at the pearly gates that your early arrival in the ever-after was because you thought it would be a good idea to eat a live octopus.

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Yes Bit, he's an albino boa, We just lost a 15 foot African rock python, he'd been with us for over six years. He was the "big boy" of all the snakes we have here. I spent considerable time fleshing his skin for a mount. It's almost done now. We have a few other boa verities here. as well as a rather spunky anaconda. A couple of the other boas are over 12 feet. The rock python as with the anaconda were captured in the swamp here. There have been so many over grown pet snakes released here in the Everglades that we now have a rather strong population of non-native reptiles living here.
~Jeff~

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Now that's interesting. So you run across these dumped pets and decide to adopt them? The logostic of catching a feral snake sounds like a good adventure. I've heard that you all get a lot of exotic species dumped in the everglades, which can be pretty hard on the native species.

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what about the 4H kids gettin there cows all fluffy and stuff and after the fair, off to market

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Bit,

We have run so far off topic here that I have moved our disscussion to the Exotics catagory and posted a couple shot's of the snake we are tanning now.

~Jeff~

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