It’s one of the NBHS member’s Blue Beauty Snake. I’m pretty sure she? got some grass in her mouth and this was the resulting face. Photo belongs to me though ;)
I’ll be heading to the Chico Reptile Show today! So far there are 7 vendors that I’ve never met before and I’m excited to see what’s there! Stay tuned for pics! If you’d like to say hi to me, I’m wearing a black V-neck with a leopard gecko with a heart over it.
P.S. I also went to the Academy of Sciences yesterday so stay tuned for pictures from that!
So living in California means at some point you’ll experience an earthquake. Tonight’s was a 6.1 magnitude quake located about 6km from where I live. It was enough for me to worry that something was going to fall. It lasted only about 10 seconds at the most. All the animals are seeming unfazed. My geckos were more startled at me turning on the light than anything. Anyways, no damaged seems to be done in the greater vicinity. Rock on California.
That snakes will not outgrow their “containers”.
That feeding live food is necessary because.
That snakes are filthy and stink.
That copperheads can breed with black rat snakes.
That snakes are slimy.
That snakes cuddle for warmth.
Snakes size people up to eat them.
Baby rattlesnakes are more dangerous than adults.
I had a lady tell me once that she fed her gopher snake cat food its whole life.