<span style="font-weight: bold">WARNING</span>: If you don't care for snakes don't bother scrolling down and looking at the pictures. And before anyone bashes me, I had the situation under control and obviously didn't let the two animals within any sort of close proximity / striking range from each other. Both reptiles are completely harmless.
For some reason the pictures gave the illusion that the animals were closer together then they actually were.
Can anyone say curiosity killed the cat? Every time I clean my snake cages Banjo is incredibly interested. He has no idea what to think of them and just gazes in confusion.
First is Banjo seeing Luna, my Brazilian Rainbow Boa.
Second is Banjo seeing Onyx, my Hypomelanistic Columbian Red Tail Boa.
Banjo's expression in that first picture is so priceless. And your snakes are gorgeous! My boyfriend sometimes lets our beagles investigate our fairly small and skinny candy cane corn snake (he's eating 3 fuzzies a week now), but that ended the first time Bones licked him, thinking maybe the snake was a new type of wiggly treat.
Great pictures Nick! I'm also not a snake person, but I do appreciate their beauty. My son had a red tail boa a few years back that started out eating small baby mice, then grew to eating bigger mice, and then huge mice. He had him for 2 years and the snake grew to be over 5' and was starting to muscle his way out of his enclosed aquarium, so I told him it was time to go. That, and his next meal advancement would have been rabbits. There was just no way.
Wow, that first snake is so pretty. I am not a huge snake fan (I hate them actually) but they are very pretty to look at. My friend has a huge corn snake (way bigger than any corn snake should ever be) and he is pretty too. Banjo doesn't seem to mind the snake, I can't imagine Spencer being that calm.