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    The Leader of the Eastern Gang anji1971's Avatar
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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    Oh-oh..............now you're going to have to dump him in the feeder tank every time he's hungry, or he'll be so disappointed in a paltry offering of only one at a time!
    BTW, he's really a gorgeous little guy, Wayne. You're a lucky snake-owner.
    Anji

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    I am not obsessed.... GartersRock's Avatar
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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    Cute!!! Gartery heaven!!

    Can't wait to get mine!
    Amanda Tolleson

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    rofl .. happy days
    Keeping - 'Florida blue' sirtalis, concinnus, infernalis, parietalis, radix, marcianus and ocellatus.

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    what kinda frogs are those? like to get my self some of dem

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    Quote Originally Posted by rwgsnakes View Post
    what kinda frogs are those? like to get my self some of dem
    I KNOW IT, I KNOW IT, those are peepers
    ( thanks for the explanation earlier, Wayne)

    Great pics of Magma!!

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    Yay you get 3 gold stars on your report card

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    Woohoo !!! 3 gold stars !!

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    Re: Magma gone wild!

    I can't find any little froggies around my pond...its to thick with reeds and I think they all changed by now...=[....All I can do right now is wormies...hahaha

    Kevin
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