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:joy: That’s awesome! Definitely brought a smile to my day, great picture.

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I freaking love that picture!!! Rocking that hat for real!

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Wow she’s gorgeous! Also my favorite snake+hat combo :grin:! Keep rocking that hat Acnologia!

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That is actually a Super Goldenchild Retic.
Look them up, they are just as beautiful as a White Lip.

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Well if it isn’t obvious enough I don’t own retics (since they aren’t legal in my state.) I have seen super golden child retics I don’t think about the a ton compared to white lips :sweat_smile:. My apologies for the miss identification.

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Don’t worry about that man, we’ve all been there.

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this is awesome, haha. that hat fits perfectly

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this so cute! love it!

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I love that snake. You’ve done really well with it

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Can I ask how you came up with the name for him? I have a guess but don’t want to be called out on my nerdiness if I’m wrong lol.

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Never be ashamed of being nerdy man! I’m a huge nerd and take all hate for it with a smile :joy:

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Beautiful snake and adorable hat. How did you get him to sit still? My Burmese pythons can’t sit for long enough for me to take a selfi with them!

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i thought it was an indigo snake

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Definitely from Fairy Tail lol

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She’s normally always pretty still most of the time for me

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That’s what I thought! It fits her nicely

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This is best picture I’ve seen so far

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I appreciate this post, as respect to the OP, but are they? I like the snake, but it’s not equivalent to me. I adore the Liasis group, as cousins of Malayopython as we know it.

@sadistic-viper whatever you’re bringing, I’m on board. Moar, plox. :heartpulse: :heartpulse: :heartpulse:

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Usually to people who love the look of White Lip Pythons (both L. albertisii and L. fredparkeri) but want Reticulated Pythons (Malayopython reticulatus) enjoy the golden child gene as a kind of substitution if you will. @jrc_retics is a very passionate keeper/future breeder of S/SD Retics. So, yes, probably very similar in his eyes.

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