My Exotic pets & Water

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  1. mack1time

    mack1time TPF Noob!

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    I often spray down my boas to accommodate for the low humidity indoors.
    Today I so happened to have my camera near by, and wanted to share the beautiful results.

    #1
    Jocasta
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    #2
    Zeus and Athena (breeding)
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    #3
    Aphrodite (opaque)
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    Hades
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    #5 and #6
    Hermes
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    Hyperion (newcomer)
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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice collection.
     
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    Overread has a hat around here somewhere Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I agree very nice collection of shots!

    Out of interest is Aphrodite about to shed her skin? OR are the eyes always like that
     
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    Love Hyperion. I've always had a thing for the high salmons. Gorgeous boas!

    Oh, and Overread...yeah, I believe she is shedding. That's always the first sign.
     
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    Very nice collection. I really like Hades....is it an albino??

    Hermes looks very similar to mine, color pattern and eyes. I really like the close-up of the water drops on him (#6), they look like little magnifying glasses on the scales.

    Nice shots.
     
  6. mack1time

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    Yes the Blue opaqueness is a good indication of an upcoming shed.

    Hades is one of the most visually unique and is a strain of Albino, Hyperion and Aphrodite are Hypomenalistic or lacking Black pigment

    More info on these plus more on my site!
     
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    Holy crap! That is some AMAZING photography!
     

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