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Puff Adder, South African Puff Adder
Sailfin Lizard, I don't know if this has been photoshopped or not... intense colors...
Ball Python, Ball Pythons are a very popular species of snake in the pet trade. They are relatively easy to care for and grow to the size of a smaller dog, and are easy to tame and feed, and are docile. They can live to be 30, so make sure this is the pet for you!
Snake Charmer, Although still performed in India, other parts of Asia, and North Africa, snake charming as a profession has declined in recent years because of wildlife protection laws and broader public knowledge about the reptiles. (taken from national geographic)
Puff Adder, South African Puff Adder
Puff Adder
South African Puff Adder
Source: Tracey Fabel
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Submitted by Rhaegalya 1 year ago

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Ball Python, Ball Pythons are a very popular species of snake in the pet trade. They are relatively easy to care for and grow to the size of a smaller dog, and are easy to tame and feed, and are docile. They can live to be 30, so make sure this is the pet for you!
Snake Charmer, Although still performed in India, other parts of Asia, and North Africa, snake charming as a profession has declined in recent years because of wildlife protection laws and broader public knowledge about the reptiles. (taken from national geographic)
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