Looking to specialise in these awesome creatures a bit more and maybe get them going in captivity somewhat more reliably. Willing to travel and/or arrange couriers. If you have one and are getting bored of your box of dirt, please let me know. I have a few items for potential swap too.
Right, time for a thread for these oddballs! Sunbeam snakes (Xenopeltis unicolor) are a largely fossorial snake from Asia.They get their name from the incredible iridescence of their skins, which is visible and shifting in direct light. This is all very well, but you rarely see them as they...
Just got back from south west Thailand and although I didnt see a single snake in the wild, I did however see some in the snake show. which consists of a man tormenting various snakes and them nearly biting him lol.
started with some black cobras
then a jumping snake which i think is a...
I have a 20 month old Xenopeltys unicolor - he is a very fussy feeder and would require somebody with experience. Otherwise nice temperament. Not hissy, never been musked by him even when I was handling him and kept him in Aspen bedding. Since moving him to a Lee's Herp habitat in...
I have an adult female sunbeam snake surplus to requirements. This is a well adjusted (sold to me as CB 5 years a go) sunbeam, not a ropey fresh WC. Eats without hesitation and in perfect condition for a breeding attempt.
I have an adult sunbeam snake surplus to requirements. This is a well adjusted (sold to me as CB 5 years a go) sunbeam, not a ropey fresh WC. Eats without hesitation and in perfect condition.