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Old 22-08-2010, 10:05 PM
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Does anyone know of a seller who might be able to sell me a more unusual snake which i could use at chilrdens reptile talks. A courier service would need to be available as the snake would have to be sent to Elgin, Scotland. I ahve the snakes below in my collection at present. Thanks for your time and help.

Common Boa, Blood Python, Roy Python, Hond Tang Milksnake, Mex MilkS, Apricot MilkS, Red Corn, Ghost Ccorn, Pine Snake, Cali Kingsnake.

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Ross
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Hi,
Does anyone know of a seller who might be able to sell me a more unusual snake which i could use at chilrdens reptile talks. A courier service would need to be available as the snake would have to be sent to Elgin, Scotland. I ahve the snakes below in my collection at present. Thanks for your time and help.

Common Boa, Blood Python, Roy Python, Hond Tang Milksnake, Mex MilkS, Apricot MilkS, Red Corn, Ghost Ccorn, Pine Snake, Cali Kingsnake.

Thanks

Ross
i know not unusual but why not get childrens pythons?
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Rosy boas or sand boas?
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You need a stripey corn snake, kids love them, they are cheap and cheerful too! Not 'unusual' but different to what you have looks wise

I was also going to suggest a childrens python!
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what about a dumrils or a russian rat snake, and i know that carpets arnt unusual but im sure they would go down a treat in a kids show!
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You need a stripey corn snake, kids love them, they are cheap and cheerful too! Not 'unusual' but different to what you have looks wise

I was also going to suggest a childrens python!
beat you to it lol
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