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Hi Guys and Gals,

was checking through some photos I took over the last week or so and decided to do a comparison on some animal members of the family. We currently own a 2 yr old Papa New Guinean Green Tree Python who when we got her was a fiesty little yellow and red shoe lace. She has got rather massive in the last 24 months and has also started to change into her adult colours. below are a series of pics (all the same snake) from the last 24 months. Thought some people may be interested..

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QUOTE(gray @ 2 Feb 2010, 11:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>crazy. i love things like this.will he/she go fully green? love the eyes too.

she (Pongo) should eventually turn completley green with light blue patches around where the white bits are appearing on her body. If I'm right her eyes should go blue aswell. As for size, although she doesn't look it she's currently 3' 2" and by full adult age she could be anywhere in the region of 6 - 7 ft with a head the size of your average pear.

She a wonderful snake but having to recreate rain forest conditions is an absolute pain the the proverbial. Also you'll notice it's clearly daylight in the handling shots. This is because their routine is incredibly photo reactive so being a spud by day she turns it a full blown killing machine after lights out! Also all those tiny looking nostrils are actually heat sensitive pits that can see prey In the dark. (or your hand, should you enter the tank later in the day!)
 

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beautiful snake matey.

I used to have a corn snake, when we bought her she was like a little shoe lace but she quickly grew to be 6' which is huge for a corn. Unfortunately due to circumstances we had to sell her.
 
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