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User: ReptileFreak18 (see all of ReptileFreak18's photos)
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Date: 04/01/02
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rock_python1

Registered: 10/2003
Location: Missouri
Photos Uplaoded: 67
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I'm 16 i have 3 Leucistic texas rat snakes 2 het leucistic texas rat snakes 2 black rat snakes 1 albino corn snake 1 grey banded kingsnake 1 prarie kingsnake 1pueblan milk snake 1 eastern hog nose snake 1 ball python 1 IJCP and many more

Hey, where did you get that little fella. Rating: 5/5 
01-07-2004 02:28AM View rock_python1's Profile  

ReptileFreak19

Registered: 08/2002
Location: United States of the Americas
Photos Uplaoded: 137
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If at first you dont suceed then Sky diving is not for you.

I got this one from Robbie Kezsey (Crocafeller) He ha them for sell from time to time and I vouche for nythin good that is said on him.
Xain
01-19-2004 10:47AM View ReptileFreak19's Profile View ReptileFreak19's Gallery  

GatorsNcrocs

Registered: 01/2004
Photos Uplaoded: 54
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Always loved dinosaurs so owning reptiles is the next best thing, i currently own 4.5 gator, 1.5 c.d.caiman, diamond back terrapin, i've owned many reptiles over the last 10 years mainly snakes, but enjoy gators more.

Reptile freak,

I am reaching out to you in hopes that you can help me, I have seen your comments and feel you are very informative with crocs...
I have had a a.alligator for the last 4 yrs and have in my opinion done a great job with cleaning ,feeding and all the duties of owning a 5 footer. I introduced a 3 foot female last month. They got along great eating basking together really nice pair. I just feed them last night both acting very normal, today when I went to say goodnight to them I noticed that the female was under water in the same spot as this morning with her eyes closed. I knew something was wrong and sure enough she is dead. I pulled the male out and washed him off and have him in a second enclosuse for now. I went over the females body and found orange spots on her front feet. i have no idea what they are and if it would be contagious. please contact me at cdd77@comcast.net to discuss further... Thanks
08-10-2004 12:08AM View GatorsNcrocs's Profile View GatorsNcrocs's Gallery  

ReptileFreak19

Registered: 08/2002
Location: United States of the Americas
Photos Uplaoded: 137
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If at first you dont suceed then Sky diving is not for you.

No one could tell you the precise cause without a necropsy or at least without looking at the animal first. A probable cause could be a systemic infection, but again, could be anything. And, being unlikely that the male killed her (Any cuts or other signs of attacks?) it's really hard to be sure if the orange spots are from Viral disease,abrasions, septicaemia, abcesses, ext, or it may even be from the fact the animal was under water for several hours after death. It could be from any of these and would really be nothing but a guess. If I were you, to be safe with your male, I would take the female in for a necropsy.
Sorry to hear about your misfortune.
Zane
08-11-2004 07:28PM View ReptileFreak19's Profile View ReptileFreak19's Gallery