Show me your unique animals!

i would love to see any species of reptile or invert that people keep on here that are unique/uncommon!

my favorite unique/uncommon species in my collection currently would be my CB female Sunbeam “cookie”

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1.0 Bismarck Ringed Python

0.1 Bismarck Ringed Python 0.1 Python Regius Bamboo Pinstripe Paradox

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Northern White lipped pythons


Brazilian Rainbow Boas

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CB California lyre snakes


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I don’t have the little guy yet, but here are a couple pictures from the breeder of my CBB fire skink. Already put a payment down on em, just gotta wait for it to get warm outside.


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And then I of course have Ammon, my Arizona mountain kingsnake. Using my best photo of him since he rarely stays still for them. Don’t see many people caring for these guys.

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i want to get my hands on a bismarck, how are you liking the species?

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lots of attitude for such a small snake haha

Mine are great, the female is a little flighty. I handle mine often so they aren’t very aggressive and they have never missed a meal.

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Not an uncommon species, but figured to share my boy Dimitrius! He’s a Pastel Piebald Paradox, with some stunning colors

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Even though ball pythons are common, paradoxes are uncommon and everyone is unique! Beautiful animal!

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Gotta love the paradox!

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Southern White Lipped Pythons

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Banana Paradox


Lesser Champagne Paradox

OD YB Mojave Paradox

Jolliff Tiger Paradox

Unknown Paradox

Champagne Paradox
Het Albino Paradox

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Looks beautiful! Every paradox is unique!

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They are kinda like fingerprints, all unique and never the same

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My female Sudan Plated Lizard, Bastogne
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And Balthazar on the left and Bastogne on the right
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What is it like keeping those? What are the husbandry requirements and what is the personality of those lizards like? Nice lizards btw @aerietti

I have a Paradox or Chimera T- Albino Cape African House snake. She hatched 3 years ago here and hatched with an infected eye, huge surprise! I know Boa Constrictors can be born with eye issues and infections but had never heard of that happening in egg layers. Thankfully she survived, lost a part of her eye but she still has a smaller than normal eye with a reactive pupil left and seems able to see out of it. Baby pic.

Adult pic.

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