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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Atlas511 View Post
    How many do you keep in one cage? thats awesome!!! all females?
    and how the heck are they so calm??
    It's a 6 foot long enclosure. There's 13 beauties living in there.
    They get a lot of interaction from the kids and I.
    Steve
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    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    female do well in groups then i see!

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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Atlas511 View Post
    female do well in groups then i see!
    I have a larger group of males that do very well together.
    At times, feeding time can get a little....... interesting but most of the time it all good. I enjoy the social calls to all the big enclosures.
    Most of them will come out to see if I'm going to feed them. A few will leave disappointed and go back to their hides but many will stay out for some hands on interaction.
    Steve
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    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Snakers View Post
    Is every snake you have spoiled like that?
    These snakes get a lot of interaction from my kids and I. They are used to a busy snake room. My kids are always walking through.
    If I'm working with a group I will let my kids work with another one while I'm there.
    The real funny thing is most of my snakes prefer to work with me. Many times they will retreat to their hides when my girls or son get in but will come out when I show up.
    Today was my oldest daughter 16th birthday.
    I through a surprise party for her. My snakes freaked out when all the kids from the party came down to the big snake room.
    The group I was working with ran to their hides. They get nervous with new.
    Steve
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    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    This is one of the Fox Snakes born on the Ranch. Both babies born here started taking pinkies today.
    The other photo is of the Black Mexican King Snake that I purchased a few months back. What an eating and growing machine.

    Steve
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Beautiful snakes, Steve. They must feel super lucky to be in your care
    Chantel
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    very nice snakes!
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Great stuff Steve.

    I found a stunning Radix last week while out of town & thought of you lol. Of course the one trip I decide to not bring my camera. Next month I'll make sure to get some pics, I found it coming out of it's home so I should be able to hopefully get some shots then.
    Chris

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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Spankenstyne View Post
    Great stuff Steve.

    I found a stunning Radix last week while out of town & thought of you lol. Of course the one trip I decide to not bring my camera. Next month I'll make sure to get some pics, I found it coming out of it's home so I should be able to hopefully get some shots then.
    Thanks for thinking about me, Chris.
    How'd you know I liked radixes
    Steve
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    Re: T.radix Ranch Photos

    lol

    This isn't my pic, but is typical of the radix up here and a dead ringer for the one I found:


    Credit to Ian Kanda for this pic.
    tasialeigh2014 likes this.
    Chris

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