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  • Texas Indigo

    I got to visit a friend of mine today and 'tour' his collection. The highlight of the day was holding this Texas Indigo! I must have one now!





    If you have never touched an Indigo, their scales are so different from any other snake I have ever held that it's difficult to describe them. Soft and silky doesn't come even close. What a thrill!
    http://berkeleyknebel.wix.com/mississippimorphs

    Photo credit:Eddie Ard .....Banner Credit:Big PaPa Ernest

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    Re: Texas Indigo

    Wow, what a snake! Pity you were wearing a short-sleeved t-shirt instead of a trench coat with big interior pockets...LOL!

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      Re: Texas Indigo

      Originally posted by Noelle7206 View Post
      Wow, what a snake! Pity you were wearing a short-sleeved t-shirt instead of a trench coat with big interior pockets...LOL!
      Too funny, the farthest my friend got away from me while I was holding him was to take that photo, that snake wasn't getting out of his sight. About two minutes after that photo, the snake coiled loosely around my shoulders and chilled right out, I tried to convince my friend that meant he wanted to go home with me...that didn't work. I AM however, on the list for a baby when they (he has a pair) reproduce.
      http://berkeleyknebel.wix.com/mississippimorphs

      Photo credit:Eddie Ard .....Banner Credit:Big PaPa Ernest

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        Re: Texas Indigo

        I guess you blew it...you should have waited for a cool rainy day to visit, so your trench coat wouldn't look out of place...

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