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Can anyone post smoe pics of ttheir corns (preferably anery) or any info of them characteristics, thanks. :)
 

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dont get a snake miranda :p they're not as fun as lizards :D
 

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heres some pics of my anery


 

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beautiful snakes! the secong 2nd pet snake(grass snakes lay their eggs in our muckheap, so I have to constantly remove hatched grass snakes,lol,)i have ever held was an anery, I fell n love, my favourite types of corns, are amel motley sunglows(i think thats what hey are called) and aneries!
 
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Heres a couple of pics of mine.

The first is an anery and the second is a black(no red or yellow)





These are both males and will probs be for sale after the breeding season
 

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the anery I should be gettin' looks roughly like this:
 
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Yeppers thats a hatchling and the colours will fade slighty and the yellow will start to present itself at around 6-8 months of age.The yellow pigment is one of the last to show in corns for some reason when the blacks are involved.
 

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snakes are so beautifil,the swaying elegant movemant and the glistenning smooth scales, and the eyes like jewels... :eek:oo:
 

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they are all so beautiful!I cant wait to get mine(hopefully)
 

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my anery stripe



and my sunglow (just for you)
 

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I would have always prefered a snake! but lizards are cute! but you wont persuade me, ims tuck on snakes now!
 

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Posted a mixture of corns of mine.

Anery het lavender, hypo and stripe


Lavamel


Amel Striped


Lavender het opal motley


Charcoal


Ghost Motley
 

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soem say royals are fussy, and they are quite big a corn sounds like the snkae, and my dads a snake-a-phobic and he wont let anything bigger than a corn in the house, as corns are completely harrmless, i thught i should get one a s if a royal bti you it could do damage...
 

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baby corns bite alot more than a royal. Royals dont do damage.
 
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