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    A lesson in glutony


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper
    EWE !

    That truly is incredible.

    Good lord. one year we let our little boston eat as much as it wanted to on Thanks giving. That poor things back legs did not touch the ground for it's belly.

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    I' d hate to be around when it passes through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBean
    I' d hate to be around when it passes through.
    PEE-EWE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper
    PEE-EWE!
    heeeheehhee

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    If I'd have known what that pic was going to be of, I so wouldn't have clicked on it.
    That gave me goosebumps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBean
    I' d hate to be around when it passes through.
    I'd hate to be the snake when it passes through! The jaw dislocates to stretch enough to eat something that big - but does the anus? OUCH!
    FUN... is a renewable resource!

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    This picture is a good representation to show men what being pregnant feels like.

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    This is just sick to look at...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masissy
    This is just sick to look at...
    I fed a huge rat to one of my snakes before - and it does look quite uncomfortable - but I'm sure the snake in the picture will be fine, and grow another few inches from the experience.

    I'll bet you could make a King Sized comforter from the shed of this thing!
    FUN... is a renewable resource!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitchWizard
    I fed a huge rat to one of my snakes before - and it does look quite uncomfortable - but I'm sure the snake in the picture will be fine, and grow another few inches from the experience.

    I'll bet you could make a King Sized comforter from the shed of this thing!
    You have a snake... I love God's creatures, but snakes and bugs go all the way to the bottom of my list. Poor rat (can't believe I said that) was it dead before you fed it to your pet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masissy
    Poor rat (can't believe I said that) was it dead before you fed it to your pet?
    I have five snakes, and I don't kill their food first because I can't. It's not in my nature to kill anything, but it is in their nature to do it. It came down to - do I want the snakes to starve or not.

    Maybe this photo will change your mind. It's Mergatroid - just emerging from his shell as a newborn baby. http://www.pbase.com/sir_erik/image/47420471

    She's a yearling now.
    FUN... is a renewable resource!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitchWizard
    I'd hate to be the snake when it passes through! The jaw dislocates to stretch enough to eat something that big - but does the anus? OUCH!
    A snake's digestion is very slow, but its extreeeemely thorough. Their poop is a lot like that of owls. This critter probably won't need to eat again for months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitchWizard
    I have five snakes, and I don't kill their food first because I can't. It's not in my nature to kill anything, but it is in their nature to do it. It came down to - do I want the snakes to starve or not.

    Maybe this photo will change your mind. It's Mergatroid - just emerging from his shell as a newborn baby. http://www.pbase.com/sir_erik/image/47420471

    She's a yearling now.
    Um, no, sorry. I don't love him any more than I did before.

    But I'm so glad you do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyGoatGruff
    A snake's digestion is very slow, but its extreeeemely thorough. Their poop is a lot like that of owls. This critter probably won't need to eat again for months.
    Yeah? Well, I have a six foot ball python that when it eats a big rat - well, let's just say it looks like a dog got into the tank with him sometimes! :-)

    Sometimes, it's a white blop. Sometimes, it's just as brown as doggie do. I can't figure it out - but the snakes are healthy.
    FUN... is a renewable resource!

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