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Obsidian Tears

I am the Wombat!
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Poor little guy was horribly dehydrated when I first brought it home. The skin looked like it was just hanging off of him (her? :)) and it felt kind of crispy for lack of a better word. It's stomach was turning a really dark green color. I was so worried it wasn't going to get through the night, but it's been about a week now. After only doing the first couple pedialyte soaks it improved so much- since then not only has it pooped three times, but also ate. Now we're just hoping for a shed! :)

This was taken the day after I got it home...lol...I have no clue what's on my fingernails :D


Here's a fairly recent one during a soak. Poor baby gulps that stuff up like it's not going to see another drink.


Sorry about the large pics. I made them smaller, but then the snake just looked like a white blob in my hand. :main_rolleyes:
 

Obsidian Tears

I am the Wombat!
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128
Location
Prescott, AZ
Is that an albino Burm?

I agree with Robin. You can definitely see the difference already! :main_thumbsup: Kudos!
Yup, it's an albino burm. I'm super excited to see what it will look like as an adult assuming it pulls through this rough start. The person I got it from said it was born on Halloween, so it's roughly a month old.

Thank you :)
 
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