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Well it’s been a cracking year. Started off with Burmese python babies first time in 10 years and some have been a challenge to get feeding.
Leopard geckos ummmm hit and miss
Now I have Arizona mountain kingsnakes hatching first of a double clutch.
And what should be a European first on retics but only 16 fertile eggs from 40 laid ( every cloud has a silver lining).
So here are a few pictures from 2021 I didn’t get any more monitor eggs this year but I have scaled back a fair bit snake wise and move away from DWA due to a greedy council.
Insect Terrestrial animal Parasite Soil Root vegetable
White Plant Food Vegetable Natural foods
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Nice one mate. I think everyone I have spoken to this year has struggled in getting their hatchkings to eat. That's from corns to Retics, now you with your Burms.

Keep up the awesome work.
 

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Nice one!

Yeh mountain kings can be tricky to get feeding. Fussy ones I started on tails.

Whats the European first retics?

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Nice one mate. I think everyone I have spoken to this year has struggled in getting their hatchkings to eat. That's from corns to Retics, now you with your Burms.

Keep up the awesome work.
it’s taken some assist feeds but burms are getting to it.

the kings 2 years ago I started on an assist mouse tail then hot defrosted pinkie with crushed head drop fed and worked well.

Retic wise I produced a motley super tiger 100% double het albino anthrax
held him back and he has bred to a visual anthrax female I’ve had from a baby
( unrelated breeding) so should hopefully produce motley anthrax tigers and all bits underneath.
 
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