We went to the zoo the last friday night and took this nice pic. The snake was a baby piton of 10 months, her body is so soft, cold and firm. Are inofensive, dont bite, she only eats baby chickens and mices, that fact make me sad, but almost every body eats cows and chikens, so it is the same thing. (don't want to look hipocrit)
At the photo, to left to right: Dina, Carlos, Herwin (daddy), and me. Below: Diego y Alejandro, hooo and I forgot: The Reticulated baby piton. Here the snakes are so common animals, more on the suburban houses, they are looking for a nice warm place to sleep, but nobody wants one on the bed hahaha. Do you like it? Waiting for coments
And Mike's answer to her:
Sra Gabriella bruja--you are correct, I believe. Humans eat animals...snakes have the right to eat food also. You are not a hypocrite at all. (Excellent English vocabulary, Gaby.)
I think Guatemala has many snakes, no? Is this correct? Is the reticulated python a Guarmalena? Si o no?
Maybe when Becky visits to Guatemala we can arrange for a visit to theMaya jungle to search for wild animals and reptiles?
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