Rosy & Race

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So I got ribbed for posting this one earlier with a terrible filter on it. FINE! Here’s the pic and another one.

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    14 Responses to Rosy & Race

    1. it’s name is rosy? not rosey? So it’s like pronounced like “ross-ey”?

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    2. Hate to break it to you, Tiki, but: dictionary.reference.com/browse/rosy

      Roh-zee.

      But I suppose the pronunciation of a name is up to GTC.

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    3. so “rossey” it is then? cause rosy isn’t rosey. lern to spel

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    4. hahaha
      lol tiki you crack me up
      and GTC
      why are all your pictures medeocre as hell?

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    5. Rosy is also a breed of Boa Constrictor. But those are not Rosy boas. They look like columbian/red tail boas. I don’t know much aboot boas, only pythons.

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    6. Yes she is a Columbian Boa Constrictor, and it’s ROE-SEE. I named her for the color, but there are in fact two indigenous boa species in the U.S. – one of them being a rosy boa. They rarely exceed 3 feet and have brownish bands on a cream backround usually.

      The smaller boa here is a true Red Tail Boa.

      I also have 2 adult California king snakes, a juvenile Ball Python and a Brazilian Salmon Pink Bird Eater Tarantula.

      I apologize for the mediocrity. I can send higher res stuff – frankly I wasn’t aware that server space was not an issue.

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    7. server space is never an issue. MCS is a highclass joint ya’ll.

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    8. @THE_GTC
      Could you post some pics of the tarantula?

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    9. Ah, the tarantula is but a wee one. Just half an inch wide. I’ve owned snakes all my life, both wild and captive bred, so last time I was at the pet store buying rabbits, rats and mice for the snakes, I bought the tarantula for something different. They said though that the species can get up to 6 inches in the first year if I feed it enough. They can reach up to ten inches (if it happens to be a female) and then eat mice. They are second in size only to the Goliath Birdeater. If you wanna see some cool stuff go youtube “tarantula mouse”.

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    10. I know how cool tarantula’s can be, I used to have a mexican redknee. I’m just curious since I haven’t heard of someone having a birdeater as a pet.

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    11. Check this out. This is what he/she could be like. Maybe bigger.

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    12. Ahh cool. I have a california king snake as well i also had a tangerine honduran milksnake but she died : (. I also had two ball pythons but had to give them away when i moved out of my moms place so now all i have is my little cali king.

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    13. I have owned a Mexican milk snake for fifteen years, and it has been a damn fine pet.

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