– Hey, good morning everybody. Welcome to the vlog. This is a very, very important vlog, so you guys need to stick around for it. It involves a sheriff, Eric,
a snake, and the woods. Snakes can be absolutely amazing pets. I mean, for me, I’ve spent
my entire life around them, and they have just changed the way I look at the entire world. So I tell you, if you
want to get a pet snake, or you’re thinking about
getting a pet snake, they can be amazing. But with that said, you have
to really think about it. Are you ready for it? And are the people
around you ready for it? You’ve got to respect them as well. When you get any animal,
in particular a reptile, it is very important that you
are extremely responsible, because you’re not only
caring for that life, but you also have to take
in mind everyone around you and their happiness as well. Because you never want
the animal to suffer because maybe you didn’t
do your due diligence. I always say that responsible
pet ownership is everything, right? I’ve been doing this for 30-plus years, so I’ve seen a lot of
mistakes that people make. You’ve got to remember that reptiles, and all animals, for that
matter, can live a long time. And when you have an animal
like let’s say a tortoise, I mean, this thing’s gonna live 150 years. Obviously, I’m not gonna live
as long as this guy lives, as long as I’m taking
care of him properly. Even the short-lived
snakes are 12 to 15 years, and some can live up to 40 years. So you have to take that into account when you’re getting an animal. Are you gonna be able to care
for that animal for 150 years? Well maybe you aren’t, but
you know, someone else has to, so someone’s gonna be taking care of that animal a long time. And if it’s a bearded dragon,
you’ve got 12 to 15 years. You’ve got to think about that
before you get the animal. (upbeat instrumental music) Why am I bringing all this up? I don’t want to preach to you guys. I never want to do that. But I do want these animals, and really the broader community of people that love reptiles to
always be in a good light. And right now, as we
speak, Eric is en route because he got a call about
a particular situation that has me pretty amped up. (peaceful instrumental music) (car horn honking) And this clutch actually
started to pip out literally a half hour ago. When I brought it over, there
were no heads pipping out. And now all these eggs are
getting cut, which is great. That’s when I want to cut clutches, is when they’re almost ready to hatch. This is actually a
pinstripe to a fire bee, which is a pastel, a fire, and a spider. So we could get a bunch of cool stuff. So let’s just jump right in and see what kind of things we’ve got going on. First egg, let’s see what we’ve got here. Okay, this one looks like, it looks like just a spider ball python,
to be honest with you. Oh, you know, it’s probably a fire spider. That’s why. I was gonna say, the pattern’s
a little bit different. That’s right, it would be a fire spider. Next egg. Oh, I tell you what, I love this stuff. Oh, okay, this is just a
normal fire ball python. So that’s kind of strange
that we got a little bit of (laughing) some stuff. I tell you what, I’m gonna
miss egg-cutting so much. I mean, we still have a
bunch more clutches to cut. But when it’s over, I’m gonna be so sad. I love it. Let me know in the comments if you guys are enjoying this here. We’ve had some pretty amazing
things hatch out this year, and you guys have kind of
followed along right with me. So I hope that you enjoyed it. Looks like we’ve got another, no, this is a pastel, actually. This is weird. Not really great odds so far,
so hey, it could get better. We still have six eggs to go. I’m gonna go ahead and cut this
one that’s already pipping. Whoo! Ooh, yeah, oh yeah, that’s the
all-gene animal right there. That is exactly everything you can get. This is a fire spinner blast. So it’s a fire, it’s a pastel, it’s a pinstripe, and it’s a spider. Absolutely gorgeous! I tell you what, I’m glad we hit that. At least I feel better
that we had one good egg. So we got five eggs to go. Another little fire ball python. So weird, we’re getting
a bunch of single genes when you’re mixing all
those genes together. But that’s just the way it goes, you know? Odds work that way. Sometimes they’re in your favor,
and sometimes they’re not. Over time, it kind of all
works out and it pans out. You guys have known,
we’ve had some crazy odds, and we’ve had some not-so-great odds. So it all kind of works out. This is actually looks
like just a lemon blast, to be honest with you. If it had fire, it would be a dragonfly. But that’s just a lemon blast. Three eggs to go. Let’s go ahead and cut this one over here, see what we got. That’s a pretty one. This is actually a fire spinner. So this is a fire, a
pinstripe, and a spider. Absolutely amazing. I see a normal head sticking
out of this egg over here, so I’m not expecting anything much other than a normal or a fire. Let’s see what we got. No, that’s actually a pinstripe, actually. So it was a normal looking head, but it’s actually a pinstripe. Nothing else other than
a single-gene pinstripe. And last egg is a pastel ball python. So again, we hit the one all-gene animal, that was pretty awesome,
and then some combinations. Not the greatest, but that’s all right. Absolutely amazing, so
again, plenty of egg cutting still coming for the year. But it’s been a pretty enjoyable year. I hope you guys have enjoyed it so far. Tell me what is up with this ball python. – Well, I got a call this
morning, and my friend said, “There’s a Burmese python at the park! “They just captured a Burmese python! “Can you help me out? “Can you take it in? “I don’t want the animal euthanized, “’cause no one wants to take it.” Long story short, I get a couple pictures, I say, “Yeah, I think it’s a ball python.” You know, you can kind of see the head. In the pictures, it
looked like a ball python. I rushed over to the kind
of local township hall or whatever.
(car engine revving) Oh, oh! And they had it held there. And it was this ball python right here, and it was in a park. It was in a park, but you
know, a lot of people think of parks as houses surrounding. This is like a park in
the middle of the woods, in the middle of nowhere. Someone definitely, definitely
dropped this snake off. In my opinion, I don’t know, you tell me, but I feel like these snakes don’t travel very far.
– Yeah. Well listen, I mean, a couple things. Number one, I promise
you this is a true story. I don’t want anyone to
think that I’m baiting you or thinking that I’m telling a story. I promise you that this actually happened. I think it’s one of two things. Someone either dropped their pet snake off or it got loose and it
crawled out of their house. A snake this size, pretty
unlikely that it gets out of someone’s house. Doesn’t matter. Either way, this gives me
an opportunity to tell you what I feel about something about this. If you are getting a pet snake,
whether it’s a garter snake, a python, a boa, whatever it
is, number one, be responsible. Because if it got loose
and got out of your house and then was around, because
again, someone thought this was a Burmese python,
just like in the Everglades, and it turns out it’s a ball python. So that’s terrible. Number two, if you don’t
want your snake anymore, just give it to a pet shop. Give it to someone that wants it. You know, put it up on
the internet for sale, on Facebook Marketplace
or something like that. Whatever the case may be, the fact is, letting that animal go is
not only irresponsible, and honestly guys, pisses me off, because if makes us responsible pet owners and reptile keepers look
like complete morons, but also, it’s unfair to the snake. Thank God these guys found this snake, and now this snake can be with
Eric and actually survive. Because this snake could
have got killed out there. Winter’s coming. – Winter is coming. – It ain’t gonna survive the winter time. And we’re in a cold climate. If you’re in a warm climate,
then it’s even worse, ’cause it may survive forever, and that’s ecologically an
irresponsible thing to do. I tell you, whoever had
this snake, either way, I’m glad I don’t know who you are, because I don’t get emotional
about a lot of things, but this animal suffered because of you, and our hobby and the
image of our hobby suffered because of your irresponsible acts. And I’m sorry I’m on my soapbox right now, but I’m gonna be honest with you. There’s not many things
that make me upset. This makes me upset. And I’m just thankful that
this animal is in decent shape. It got a little scuffs here and there. There’s a few scuffs here. But overall, I’m sure this wasn’t outside like all summer long. It’s probably only been a few weeks, maybe a month or something like that. And it’s an albino snake! This is crazy. I mean, it really is. Thank you Eric, for taking care of it. – No, no problem. I’m glad they have my number. I mean, this is super,
extremely rare for, you know, our area or whatever, for this to happen. But I’m glad they have my
number so they don’t have to euthanize any animals. They can reach out to us and, you know, I’m gonna end up keeping this animal. Even if it was a Burmese, I
can take it in, quarantine it, make sure someone responsible
gets it in the end. But this is such a beautiful animal! Who would just throw this
away like a piece of trash? The little guy said, usually
they’re dumping their trash out there, not beautiful animals. It’s insane, it’s insane. It’s crazy.
– It’s crazy. Well, so anyways guys,
before you buy any animal, not just a reptile, be responsible. Realize it’s a responsibility
you have to have for that animal’s entire life, or you have to re-home it somehow. So there it is. The story ended well. Most of them probably don’t. Now there’s absolutely no way to know if that albino ball python
was let loose by an owner that didn’t want it, or maybe
even someone in their house that didn’t want them to
have him, and to spite him, they were like, “I’m
gonna let your snake go,” or if the snake actually got
loose and got out of the house. I think it’s probably not
likely that it got out just from the standpoint that
it was miles away from home, and ball pythons don’t really move much. Regardless, there’s no way to ever know. The one thing I can say
is that Burmese pythons certainly are an issue
down in the Everglades. We all know it, we’ve seen
it in the news and so on. And listen, there’s a lot of
invasive animals down there, but none as sensational as
an 18-foot python roaming where it shouldn’t be in the Everglades, and it certainly is a
massive problem down there. One day, I’ll probably
do an entire video down in the Everglades talking more about that if you guys want me to. Regardless, my point is,
we could argue all day long whether they were released by pet owners or they were actually
released by Hurricane Andrew. I think most likely the
majority of those animals were released by Hurricane Andrew, but I would be remiss
if I sat here and said, “No, no one has ever
released a Burmese python “in the Everglades.” Of course it’s probably happened, and irresponsible pet
ownership happens all the time, not just with reptiles. But when it happens with
reptiles, it’s a much bigger deal. Hey, if they found a
feral cat in those woods, we probably aren’t talking
about that right now. But the fact is, they
found an albino ball python in the woods. And by the way, when they found it, they thought it was a Burmese python. But regardless, I don’t blame ’em. You know, that’s what’s in the news. Burmese pythons in the Everglades. Things aren’t now Burmese
pythons were in Lake Orion. The fact is, guys, whether
you’re getting a giant snake like a Burmese python and my guy here, or you’re getting a pet corn snake, you have to be responsible. Not only for you, not only for the animal, not only for your family,
but for the broader good of the animal welfare community. We don’t want those black eyes out there. And I’m sorry that I’m preaching today, but this is a topic that I’m
very, very passionate about. Guess what guys? – What’s up? – [Brian] I am getting a
radical tattoo in a minute here. – No way!
– What? – [Brian] Something
crazy that you guys are never gonna expect.
– Dude, the tribal on the face?
– I’ve go to go find out. – Are you gonna get a
tribal face Mike Tyson tat? – [Brian] We’ll see. All right, you guys ready? – Dude, yeah. – [Brian] I’ll be back in
about two hours, all right? – Okay.
– Sounds good. Lower back, though right? – We’ll seem excited. Tramp stamp? – [Brian] Maybe, let’s, we’ll see, okay? I’ll be back. – Okay. – [Brian] See you in a bit, guys. – What do you think my
dad’s gonna get tatted? – Dude, honestly, probably like a skull, there’s like an arrow going through it, or maybe it’s like a– – [Noah] I don’t think that’s gonna– – Maybe it’s like a dragon,
and there’s a knight, and he’s stabbing the dragon,
and the dragon’s leaned over, and it’s like, “Rragh,”
but they’re both gonna die. The dragon will die, but
then the knight will die, ’cause it will be crushed. – I’ve got to wait and
see what this is gonna be. I have no clue. – [Brian] What’s up? – Yeah, what the hell with that face–
– Reptarium for life, man! – Dude, that’s cool.
– Reptarium for life! – Look at your face tat!
– Listen bud, it looks good, but you might, at least
you’re never gonna apply for a job again, right?
– I’m not gonna lie, it’s a little crooked.
(laughing) – The truth is, guys, obviously
it’s a temporary tattoo. We’re gonna have these tattoos. You can put them on your
face, your arm, anything. Monday, at the anniversary
for the Reptarium. 12:00 to 8:00, come hang out. Free tattoos. – So are you guys getting face tats too? – Dude, and check out Brian’s
new album on SoundCloud. It looks like you’re a SoundCloud rapper. – It does, it does. I’ll put–
– Lil little snake. – Yeah, little snake!
(laughing) – I’ll put ones on my face too. – All right, good. All right, face tats for everyone. Come to the Reptarium for
the anniversary party. Checking in on the Calubers. What hatched today? Ooh doggie, look at that. That is a beautiful clutch here. This of course are a bunch
of albino Nelson snake bredded to a head albino. So that’s why you’ve got
some normal Nelsons here that are actually heffer albino, and then a whole bunch of albinos. I tell you what, that’s a good ratio. Because on average, you
should get about 50% normals and 50% albinos. And look it, we got a lot more albinos. So pretty good day. I tell you, whup, whup, whup, whup, whup. Pretty good day, I tell you what. So let’s see what we have here. This is actually, oh this
is actually pretty cool. This was actually a snow
bred to a snow scalus. So all the babies are snows. Actually heffer diffused as well. So these would be actually
snow, heffer, scalus, and diffused. Really beautiful little babies. Of course the snows are stuff that’s lacking the red pigment
and the black pigment known as a redafore and melanin of course. And they just have these
beautiful pink animals like that. Really beautiful to see. I love snow corns. It kind of takes me
back to those early days of me breeding, when
they were really amazing. What do we have here? We have a whole bunch of
apricot Pueblan milk snakes. Of course these are the
milk snake that I always think are great starters,
and every time I say that, they just chew on me. Honestly, they do tame out. I promise you they don’t
stay so crazy like this. But they’re absolutely gorgeous. And the thing I like about
them is some milk snakes can be little bit picky when they’re babies, but Pueblan milk snakes
are absolutely monsters when it comes to eating. As you can see, this one
is trying to eat my hand. What are you doing, silly monkey? Okay, stop that. Okay. Whew. These guys are crazy. All right, I’m gonna put these in here. I’ve got to set my camera down, because I know there’s gonna be snakes all over the place. Okay. Make sure no heads are caught in there. Okay, we’re good to go. Last clutch, really quick. This one’s actually cool. This is an albino Nelson spread to a T-positive albino Nelson. Of course, this is just the
normal albino Nelsons here. Basically you’ve got that
red, yellow, and white. And then of course, ooh,
stay in there buddy, stay in there, stay in
there, stay in there. And then of course the T-positive is where you’ve got that purplish
look to it right there. I mean, what gorgeous animals. And I’ve told you guys this before. It’s allylic so when
you breed a T-positive to a normal albino, you get half T-positive and
half albino right off the rip. Absolutely gorgeous. So I’m gonna go ahead and see
if I can’t get this lid on before everything, nope, okay,
come on, come on, come on. Okay, good. No heads, no heads? Okay, good. So (laughing) that’s what
hatched as far as Colubers today. Some really beautiful snakes. This is Maisie the corn snake, one of the best beginner snakes out there. And if you’re thinking
about getting a snake or a reptile of any sort, I encourage it. Obviously, I encourage it. I think they’re amazing animals. Personally, I think they’re
one of the best pets on the planet, but that’s me. I’m a little bit biased
if you know what I mean. But the fact is that if
you’re deciding to do that, there is tons of resources
out there, people, for your education. Tons of stuff online, tons of books. There’s places like us
at the Reptarium or BHB that you can call in and ask questions to. You want to know the length of the animal. You want to know what
kind of habitat it needs. You want to know how long it’s gonna live, what requirements, and
hey, you also want to know, what happens if I do need to move away and I can’t keep this animal anymore? You can always reach out to
tons of people, us of course, and we will always help
you re-home your animal. Don’t ever let number one, someone in your house to let it go. And number two, you don’t
think about letting it go, because that’s just
completely irresponsible. Again, think about it. If you had a dog and you
didn’t want it anymore, you’re probably not just letting it loose in the backyard, right. So think about it. These animals are the same exact thing. And when people do what we
saw today, it hurts everyone. Thankfully it worked out
because they called us. We were able to go get it, no big deal. If this would have made news, it could have made national
news or international news, and who knows what might have happened? Maybe some legislation would be passed so that you or me couldn’t
keep these animals because of one person that made a mistake. I don’t want this whole
vlog to be a bummer, so I’m gonna go ahead and
end it on a happy note. Look at the little baby frillies. Look at how (laughing) absolutely
adorable these things are. They’re a couple weeks old
now, and they are driving me absolutely love them to death. And you can see they’re so habituated. We’ve been handling them every
day to keep them super tame. They are gonna be just
like my guy Nova here. And by the way, we’ve got
like three or four weeks ’til Nova’s next clutch hatches, and we saw him courting
today, trying to breed again. So who knows how many frillies we’re gonna produce this year? But these guys are absolutely cute, and even on a day where
I’m kind of complaining about people a little bit on this vlog, I sometimes can surround
myself with cuteness and just smile on the inside. So again, didn’t want to be
a bummer and a downer today. And I figured I’d end with
this absolutely adorable shot of my little frillies. And you guys know that I never
want to be a Debbie Downer. You know, I think that
keeping reptiles can be one of the most amazing
things and life-changing for so many people. And if you ever do have a
reptile and you don’t know what to do because you cannot keep it anymore, please reach out to us. There’s Facebook groups. I’ll put a link in the description. There’s a ton of resources out there. Please don’t ever let an animal go, because all it does is it’s
harmful for the animal. It’s also harmful for the community. With that being said,
Eric has a really cool new albino ball snake. (laughing) Everybody, if
you guys like this video, here’s another video I think
that you guys will enjoy. I’m gonna put a playlist
right here if you want to go check that one out. You can subscribe over here and turn those post notifications on. Do me a favor and be
kind to someone today. And I promise I’ll see you guys tomorrow. (upbeat instrumental music)

FINDING A PYTHON IN THE WOODS!! WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER RELEASE A PET INTO THE WILD!! | BRIAN BARCZYK

100 thoughts on “FINDING A PYTHON IN THE WOODS!! WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER RELEASE A PET INTO THE WILD!! | BRIAN BARCZYK

  • September 17, 2019 at 11:29 pm
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    Those tame baby frillies are absolutely adorable!

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:30 pm
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    Poor sweet snake! So happy you guys saved it, thankfully it was found!!❤

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:31 pm
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    100% behind you, Brian. I cannot understand people that just get rid of an animal. They have no heart. Great Soapbox!!!!

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:31 pm
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    This is why Australia has a native keeping only policy. It is a bummer sometimes but I can understand why when it keeps our native wildlife safe from exotic species. Glad Eric could save that beautiful baby 💚

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:33 pm
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    Years ago my mom's boyfriend at the time let my lavender King loose so he could use my tank to breed mice to feed HIS ball python. We had hawks and other predators in the area. I'm fairly certain Phantom didn't last too long out in the wild. Even as a 12 year old, I was livid…

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:48 pm
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    At 3:02 lol😂😂

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:52 pm
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    Not to defend the person cause releasing in the woods is definitely a stupid decision. But facebook does not allow selling of animals.

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:52 pm
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    poor python 🙁 i would never do that to my pythons id sell a kidney if i had to so i can keep my snakes

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:55 pm
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    Good on you for saying that pissed you off! People need to wake up and realise how much they ruin things for responsible people! That poor snake is so lucky ❤️ good on you Eric!

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  • September 17, 2019 at 11:59 pm
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    I want a pied ball python so badly 😭😭😭

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:11 am
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    Good job Eric. Love the egg cutting videos. Maybe not so much the editing of it but I’ll survive.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:13 am
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    I just let my 12 ft python go in some wood in South Carolina. I tried to find her a about 3p mins later and I could find her

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:14 am
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    Damn how's the car after jumping that median? 🤣

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:20 am
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    Winter is coming lol but serious note

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:21 am
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    I love egg cutting

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:30 am
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    I do Reptile rescues & irresponsible pet owners upset me too!! I'm hoping the owner of that snake has karma biting them in their butts!! SMH…

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:30 am
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    This pisses me off too cuz I have reptiles 2 why would someone throw away such a beautiful snake that albino ball python was lucky I'm glad it's safe now

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:31 am
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    A python escaped from the back of a guys truck where I live like 2 months ago and they still haven’t found it 😬

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:34 am
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    OMFG that pisses me off too….. I work near Lake Orion…. whoever released that snake is trash and don't deserve to own beautiful snakes like that ball python to begin with. So happy Eric was able to take it in…..

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:43 am
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    When i was a teenager in NE Pennsylvania my friends stepdad had his 13 foot Burmese Python get out of their house in the fall. It was missing until about december. There was snow on the ground at the time and their neighbor called them to say he found his snake under a bunch of old windows in his back yard. The snake had been staying under the glass to keep warm. He got it back and still has it to this day.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:46 am
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    Good job Eric. More than likely, it would have needlessly put to death by a moron who subscribes to the saying, the only good snake is a dead snake. In my younger days, I would probably have killed it on the spot due to my own fears and prejudice.

    Today, I can appreciate the beauty and worth of a snake.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:46 am
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    when are you going to have more Brazilian rainbow boas?!!!!!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:47 am
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    What kind of snake is in the start of the video? The black one.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:48 am
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    My sister just got an apricot pueblan and i got a Mexican Black Kingsnake at the reptile show in South Florida on Sunday. They are both amazing.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:55 am
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    Thanks for Eric for saving that ball python such a beautiful snake

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:57 am
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    Would love a video in the Everglades educating us!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:59 am
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    This is how meny people love snakes
    👇

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:00 am
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    It's albino! It cant be outside in the sun without sunscreen

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:06 am
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    If you go to Florida go to chandlers wildlife

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:08 am
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    Somebody gave me a bearded dragon she died after 4 years of having her 😭😭 believe me I researched soo much on beardies I miss her miss having a reptile & going on short walks in the summer with her on my shoulder …

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:19 am
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    Hi Brian love your channel man I’m very passionate about snakes it’s my dream to own my own place like yours one day as I love reptiles more than anything hopefully one day I’ll get to come to America and visit your place to meet you in person,
    I’m in the process of buying my first reticulated python which I’m very exited for and love to show everyone right now I have a gorgeous Nicaraguan dwarf t positive boa she 2 and had her since she was a baby now I’m starting a big snake collection where hopefully I’ll be buying a snake every month keep up the good work mate

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:41 am
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    Bro I was searching to buy a ball python and see there health guide what ever so I was like let come here and see cause I know the he sells snakes and I was already looking at there website lol

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:42 am
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    I go to a biology school and I have a zoology class and my teacher had a ball python so I was like let me hold it and that’s when I fell in love

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:51 am
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    Get on your soap box.
    Thank you

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:52 am
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    That pisses me off, what a beautiful, poor, sweet snake. Thank god it's ok.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:53 am
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    Awe can Eric name him Lucky?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:57 am
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    Poor baby! 🐍
    Thank you Eric! 👼
    ❤❤❤❤

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  • September 18, 2019 at 2:03 am
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    I'd do anything to have an albino nelsons milksnake, but don't think snakes are legal as pets where I am lmao

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  • September 18, 2019 at 2:06 am
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    Quarantine it = has it right in the main animal facility. 😒

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  • September 18, 2019 at 2:30 am
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    Watching your vlogs has made me going from wanting nothing to do with a snake… To wanting a snake.

    My husband who is terrified of snakes does not approve of my watching your vlogs.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 2:38 am
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    We have had cats dumped out on our property, i found a box of kittens after a rain storm most were dead and the two that were still alive were too far gone for our vet do any but to help them not hurt any more i couldn't eat or sleep for days.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:06 am
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    Im out here saving money for a ball python 🤬🤬

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:06 am
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    I tried to email y’all. Spider ball python loose in Conrad IA today. Was almost mistaken for a timber rattlesnake that a thick in Iowa right now.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:08 am
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    i wish i found that snake.. why would any one let it go or let it lose ?? beautiful

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:09 am
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    can i buy him?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:12 am
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    Your emotional response, Brian, being pissed off, and Aggressiveness, and your HATRED!!!!!! OMG…. Thank you and your team, stay proactive (not promoting negativeness in anyway…. BUT) PLEASE stay as proactive as you can, not all of us keepers can financially assist the reptile community despite out passion, on behalf of us all – thank you for your passion

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:21 am
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    Snaz attracted to the steam coming out of Brian's head 🐍

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:22 am
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    I'm In Australia and I just rescued 2 snakes first one a 1.5yr/old Darwin Carpet Python and the other a 3.5yr/old stimsons python and It was so sad to see the condition they were in majorly underfed and completely abandoned still in there enclosures I've been working on them for a week now and they already seem happier, its going to take awhile to get them healthy again! Really grinds my gears when people neglect such beautiful animals! Brian is there some way I can contact you to ask any questions I have regarding any issues I come across with these pythons?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Brian you are awesome

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:38 am
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    Thanks Eric. You are awesome.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:44 am
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    this upset me too. that is a very beautiful snake. and so happy he or she now has a loving home. maybe call her rose if it's a girl and fireball if its a boy. XD am not good with a lot of name but i try

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:48 am
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    Where do you go to Oder one of your snakes?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 3:57 am
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    Thank goodness Eric got that snake. What a pos to toss an animal. I have 4 animals in my house and love them like family. Great job guys.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 4:37 am
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    A Ball Python was found in Jackson Michigan in the last week or so. 4 foot long snake. Crazy! Thank goodness the shelter there took it in, scanned it for a chip. And re homed it. I just can’t imagine people letting their snake go!
    In Ohio this summer an alligator was found in a creek! 7foot long. Unfortunately it was euthanized . So not fair to the animal!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 4:45 am
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    Thanks Brian for this video and to Eric for taking the snake. My little ones love your videos and now want the tattoos. Will you be selling any on the web or they just for the party?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:04 am
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    Of you can’t afford or commit to ANY pet whether a dog or a fish, DO NOT GET IT. These are nothing but impulse buys. When you get any animal you have to be prepared for the unknown, especially when it comes to a snake that will live thirty years. If you’re younger you have to think about college, dorms, lifestyle, career, everything. It may sound like a lot to consider when wanting a little animal, but those are the majority of the reasons animals get rehomed and it sucks. Another thing people never consider is expense, they ask for free or cheap pets then something comes up and oops can’t afford that. My cousin is a vet tech and called me sobbing one night because she had to put a SEVEN MONTH puppy to sleep because he hurt his shoulder running and the owner refused to pay for it, and legally since he signed the papers she couldn’t take it in or adopt him out… take me for instance, I have three dogs, last year my older small dog got pancreatitis then two weeks later my adult husky got diagnosed with a chicken allergy after tons of testing, and during all that our husky puppy hurt his leg running after rain outside. In the span of one month we spent nearly $5,000 out of emergency expense, my point is you never know what will come up and don’t make the animals suffer through irresponsibility.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:49 am
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    Hey Brian just a question ,now I love,your videos and maybe you've mentioned it or not ,what you do with a snake when it gets bigger the repterium it's in. ,let me know thanks

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:56 am
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    Thanks for all you do, rescue, education, parties, helping with fear… your attitude and passion is contagious, keep being you Brian!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:59 am
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    What instrumental was playing?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:08 am
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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:09 am
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    I'll take it in I have 8 an 2 boas

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:11 am
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    Preach! I'm so glad Eric was able to get to that snake! Honestly, I think you and others that have the social media platforms like this, should talk about it stuff like this. You all have that reach to remind people to think before they go out and get an animal that they aren't willing to care for for as long as the animal lives. I have my opinions about a few things, but not much makes me so mad and frustrated as people getting animals and not caring for them the way they deserve to be cared for. It makes me so sad when animals are dumped, but in this case the silver lining is that you were able to talk about it. You are a very influential person in the reptile world and people listen to you.
    Done with my rant! Those frills are too cute!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:35 am
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    Please talk slower but i love your videos youre in my top three

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:44 am
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    It would be so easy to even take it to a pet shop, a rescue, or post in a Facebook reptile group or ANYTHING besides dumping them outside to die. 🙁

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:55 am
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    I can take it

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:01 am
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    Waiting for car decals of the Reptarium Brain, i 100% would put it on my SUV, granted i live in Texas but i would still rock it on my Santa Fe.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:01 am
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    Hey Brian you probably wont get to read this, but I'm 18 and gonna open my own reptile zoo in northern Nevada. I wanted to know how did you do everything. P.s. love the channel and your zoo is what inspired me to try and work it on 20 achers

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:09 am
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    8:54 the snake told Bryan: "ok, calm dude" 😁

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:29 am
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    I have a question for you… what do you know about spiders? Last night I found a brown recluse in my bathtub. I am scared to death of this spider. One spider that I just love is the orb weaver. I love it because it is not only harmless to humans…it kills the bugs that can hurt us the most. My question is… is the orb weaver the kind of spider you can keep as a pet? I would love to have one but I don't want to put it in danger of dying if I put it in a type of enclosure to keep for myself. What is your opinion on this?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:34 am
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    Totally agree, It looks terrible for responsible reptile owners. A few weeks ago there was an 8ft burmese python missing from a nearby town. All the news crew's were there and people were totally freaking out. They were mad saying how nobody should be allowed to own reptiles especially snakes. How they're so dangerous 🙄. It was found a week later in a neighbors yard a few doors down.
    Then a 4ft Tegu was missing from my town, found 3 weeks later, again the town was so stirred up about it. People really need to be sure enclosures are secure.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 8:09 am
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    I would love a reptile for a pet but my mom and my other pets it wouldnt work

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  • September 18, 2019 at 8:10 am
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    People think just because he’s doing this 30 years means he’s doing it right, A quick google will show all the proof and countless videos breaking down how this dude is an awful reptile owner. I wouldn’t trust him with a teddy bear never mind a reptile

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  • September 18, 2019 at 8:10 am
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    i absolutely love that even when you're PISSED OFF you are still bubbly and cheerful…. love your work…

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  • September 18, 2019 at 8:44 am
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    Glad you found the little noodle.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 10:00 am
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    brian……. you rock!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 10:18 am
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    I agree with you completely. Do your research people. If you can't care for a creature correctly Do. Not. Get. It!!!!!!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 10:34 am
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    Thank you for the "lecture" about mistreating animals. Some people must have been behind the door when brains were handed out to be so cruel.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 10:40 am
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    Wow how could somebody be that irresponsible, it's a living creature that that person signed on to for life. I would love to have that beautiful snake, it makes mead because there are many people who could never afford a beautiful snake like that and would love it to death, it's pure rubbish. Glad it will find a good home at Eric's.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 11:32 am
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    I want know if snake was female or male?

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  • September 18, 2019 at 11:51 am
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    I actually haven’t seen an egg cutting from your channel since back when you pulled the babies out. I heard you didn’t do it anymore but it makes me happy to actually see it ❤️

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:20 pm
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    1:35 that’s a beautiful snake you are holding

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:30 pm
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    Just like a dog you have 12-15 years (or more) to look after your snake. If you don't care for it then it is animal cruelty. If you drop it off in the park it will either die or start eating natives and causing problems. If you drop it off at a shelter it will be put down if unwanted. It is a slithery dog and is subject to the same basic needs and laws.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:33 pm
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    Please name him Gouda! He reminds me of cheese!!! How sweet that he was so docile!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:47 pm
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    People have done this here in Florida and now the giants are in the Everglades eating our endangered fauna. It’s so sad when people don’t care enough to actually care for or rehome like a decent human being.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:48 pm
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    Speak the truth✊🏻 thank you so much ❤️

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  • September 18, 2019 at 12:53 pm
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    I never understand why when people are at the point where they need to give up an animal for whatever reason they don't surrender it to a vet or shelter or animal control. There are people out there who will help. There is NEVER a reason to dump an animal

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:06 pm
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    Not only that when you're releasing snakes like that into the community just dumping them like a piece of garbage they also can eat small pets cat small dogs it's not f**** right it's wrong that makes me so pissed somebody's poor pet could be dead because of their stupidity

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:18 pm
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    Brian i love your blog but i hate spider gene! 😡😡😡 i feel disturbed about how they wobble and their neurological issues

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:38 pm
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    Ride that soap box! People need to hear the truth

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  • September 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm
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    Indeed, preach away sir. This is a very important matter, one everyone should be passionate and angry about. To abandon a baby is just the worst. What a piece of crap. Logic here dictates this was clearly no accident.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 4:09 pm
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    Thank you Eric! You are a hero!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:01 pm
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    Glad to see you are still breeding spider morph, who cares about the underlying issues of the morph, they make money right!?!💰

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:37 pm
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    Love your shirt

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  • September 18, 2019 at 5:54 pm
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    Poor snake that got dumped

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:07 pm
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    Ugh. I'm so mad about this.
    But on the plus side.
    Snaz wants kisses it looks like.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:24 pm
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    Hi Brian! I just want to tell you I absolutely loved your speech today about taking care of snakes. You are so right about people having to be responsible pet owners regardless of what it is. I felt so bad for the poor lil baby albino. I really think someone just let her go cause they didn't want her or they couldn't care for her. Either way and whoever reads this LISTEN UP!! I AM an animal lover. I love all kinds of animals, cats,dogs, small animals, and snakes and lizards. I have 2 cats who are my world and I DO want to get a ball python in the near future to love and cherish! I just wanna make sure the people around me are cool with it. Please everyone if you get a new snake or lizard or turtle or whatever please take care of that animal. Love them and cherish them, animals are so good to love they are great companions! And they cheer us up when we're having a bad day. That animal depends on you for their food,medical care, housing, and LOVE! I've been around snakes, they are beautiful creatures! They are so lovable! Brian you do very well in taking care of your snakes and I love watching you every day! I'm so glad that Eric will take that beautiful baby in and love her. please give us updates on how she's doing! I'm glad she's gonna be alright. Eric you're wonderful to do this for her! Please everyone LOVE your animals, snakes, and lizards. They depend on us!

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:32 pm
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    I've got a lepard gecko

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  • September 18, 2019 at 6:51 pm
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    Im glad this up set you. It up set me.

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  • September 18, 2019 at 7:07 pm
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    I'm angry too. I currently just moved into a roommate situation and they have a SEVERELY neglected beardie. My blood is boiling. I can't stand how people treat animals as if they're just toys. 😤😤😤😤

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