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Old 01-26-2006, 10:13 AM
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almost got killed once by a huge albino python or boa, (Broke some ribs and had a nice bit mark on my arm).
Wow! Hands down, that was a Burmese python! No boa gets big enough to do that kind of damage to an adult. I've never "met" anyone who has had an actual first hand experience like that with a boid. It's always people saying, "I've heard", or it was
"a friend's brother's cousin's mother", etc. Glad you had those guys around to help and that they actually did help. I've found that a lot of big guys become weak at the knee and want to run when they see a little baby snake.
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Okay Karen, I promise that I will take a look at the pics, I mean pics can't scare me that much.............................................. can they!!!!!!
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:06 AM
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That makes me feel a lot better now that I've read that Alison.
Aww Greylady, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to scare you. Don't worry, most snakes wouldn't do that, it was my stupidity that caused the accident.



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I've found that a lot of big guys become weak at the knee and want to run when they see a little baby snake.
Well thank God they didn't. I could not have gotten that snake off me myself. It was too big and I was having a wee bit of trouble breathing with him hugging me so tight. Normally he was a pretty mellow snake.
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Old 01-26-2006, 08:34 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by greylady
Okay Karen, I promise that I will take a look at the pics, I mean pics can't scare me that much.............................................. can they!!!!!!
I might be able to scare you! I do have several bite pictures. If one of my Cali. kinsnakes bites me, they tend to hold on so I have ample time to get the camera and for whatever reason I like getting pictures of them latched on my hand. I have 4 or 5 bite pics. I like weird pics. No it doesn't hurt or I wouldn't stand there taking a picture. A cockatiel bite is worse than the bite of any of my snakes. I only have small snakes, nothing huge like Alison tangled with.

This is a bird board and I figure that if people here really wanted to see pics of serpents, they would visit reptile boards. So I'll refrain from posting any snaky pictures. I have plenty of bird pictures to keep everyone occupied for a loooooong time to come.
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That sound good to me Karen, look forward to seeing some of your bird pics then.
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