Yeah, Tessera is one of my top favorite genes in corns!
Malcolm, Mandarin ratsnake. He used to be a good Ambassador but back in 2016, the nearby Zoo did a Jewels of Asia exhibit and borrowed two of our snakes, including Malcolm for the summer for it. They kind of broke him though, he’s been an asshole since he got back.
Inara, Mandarin ratsnake. Both were surprising expo finds, at different year expos. Had been hoping to breed them but they don’t want to. They also appear to be very different localities, so I wondered if that might be why. Inara is a little moody but is generally good with crowds and sometimes does work as an Ambassador.
Toph, Green Bush ratsnake. Should have eggs from her later in the year.
Roku, Green Bush ratsnake.
Orlando, Silver Blond Trans Pecos ratsnake.
Echo, Silver Blonde Trans Pecos ratsnake. Hoping to get eggs from them for the first time this year, fingers crossed!
Ukiah, normal het T- Albino Cape African House snake.
Indigo, T- Albino Cape African House snake.
Carrot, daughter of the above two. Paradox T- Albino.
Smaug, Hypo Tangerine Honduran milk. Smaug is a crowd favorite Ambassador and a giant sweetheart. I think he spoiled me, always was pretty calm, even as a baby. The two new Hondurans are musking, flailing little whips and not at all similar in temperament.
Ran, male Hypo Tangerine Honduran milk.
Shao (Shaw) female Hypo Tangerine Honduran milk.
Mai, Amazon Tree boa.
Zuko, Amazon Tree boa.
Sebastian, Mexican Rosy boa. Non locale specific.
Emma, Mexican Rosy boa. Non locale specific.
Bridget, Ghost San Felipe.
Monty, Ghost San Felipe.
Whisper, Riverside Co. locale.
Nyx, Riverside Co. locale.
Cosmos, Albino het Anery Kenyan Sand boa.
Chaos, Albino het Anery Kenyan Sand boa. She gave birth to my first litter of KSB this past December.
Jinx, Anery het Albino Kenyan Sand boa.
Penelope, our one and only BP. Not huge BP fans, especially my husband but I’ve taken in a few cases that needed some TLC before finding new, hopefully better homes. We get asked for BPs a fair amount in our shows. I’ve always liked the Bee stuff in BPs and then this girl got surrendered to the local reptile rescue. Seemed like a good deal all around, she is a Lesserbee, needed some TLC, so I fostered her, assessed her temperament and then officially adopted her. We now have a BP for our shows and a morph I like that would normally have been expensive enough I’d never have talked my husband into paying for a BP but the adoption price was in the budget, lol. She is about half grown and still needs just a little bit more heft to be in good shape for her size but getting there.
Iroh, our only other python. Green Tree python. Unfortunately he is getting up there in age and really starting to show it in the past year. So I have been bracing to lose him soon. He is a real sweetheart though. He is approx 12-14 at a guess. Could be older.