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MrBfy

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It costs $850 to apply for a 501(c).
Everyone wants to see reptiles, no one thinks of donating any money. We do all this outta out own pocket.
 

MrBfy

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My Anaconda at a year old crawling toward our youngest "skin baby".
Haha, don't worry no kids were harmed in the making of this photo!!!

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MrBfy

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The way constrictors squeeze their muscles is like take 7 ratchet straps and tightening each on directly on top of the other one in opposite directions.
So first on left to right, 2nd one up and down, and 3
Left to right, and so on.
Then they Lock the muscles.
That's why people get to find out just how strong these snakes really are too late.
 
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MrBfy

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I used to fall asleep snuggling the Nile Monitor, except I'd wake up with her attached to my neck or ears.....so that ended.
 

MrBfy

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Dogapalooza this Sat at Fuji Park in Carson.
We'll have all 4 of our facilities together .
 

MrBfy

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We adopt out free of charge to Special Needs or Vets.
But, we don't attempt to get rich like the other "rescues".
 

MrBfy

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Looking for anyone wanting a ball python ...or two?
We now have 4 too many rescues, one healing from a really bad burn.
His owner died, the house was cleared of items finally and they found him last.
He's friendly just burnt and needs to heal.
 

MrBfy

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We just adopted out today our last Chameleon.
King snake is also claimed.
As well as the Gargoyle Gecko.
We do have two sets of twins ...
One set in Ball Pythons Juveniles
The other set CRT's/Columbian Redtail Juveniles and Pastels.
I'm always in search of a Purple Albino Tiger Retic for my own as well as a Black&White Argentine Tegu, too.
 
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