Female. Ball Python with entire set u...

Female. Ball Python with entire set up for sale!!

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Liz

Tampa, FL

#1 Apr 2, 2011
40 Gallon Aquarium Glass W/ Screen Top, Clips, 2 large pcs of driftwood, large waterdish, hideaway house, heat lamp and heatpad underneath. Houses a year old ball-python. Very clean/ w snake. asking 200 obo for all . must pick up. please email...need to get rid of it fast!!
Dan

Adelaide, Australia

#2 Apr 6, 2011
Hi have u still got snake and enclosure? R u selling the snake with the enclosure? Where r u located?
Sep 3 1990

Milan, Italy

#3 Apr 11, 2011
Just less dan 30 minutes ago OUR HEAVENLY SUPREME LORD CAU PWNED ERADICATOR
http://theropoda.blogspot.com/2011/04/sigilma...

CANDEIRO ET AL., 2011
CONTINENTAL FOSSIL VERTEBRATES FROM THE MID-CRETACEOUS (ALBIAN-CENOMANIAN) ALCANTARA FORMATION, BRAZIL, AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH CONTEMPORANEOUS FAUNAS FROM NORTH AFRICA
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...
The Albian–Cenomanian Alcântara Formation of northeastern Brazil preserves the most diverse continental vertebrate fauna of this age yet known from northern South America. The Alcântara vertebrate assemblage, consisting of elasmobranchs, actinopterygians, sarcopterygians, turtles, crocodyliforms, pterosaurs, and non-avian dinosaurs, displays close similarities to contemporaneous faunas from North Africa. The co-occurrence of as many as eight freshwater or estuarine fish taxa (Onchopristis, Bartschichthys, Lepidotes, Stephanodus, Mawsonia, Arganodus, Ceratodus africanus, and possibly Ceratodus humei) and up to seven terrestrial archosaur taxa (Sigilmassasaurus, Rebbachisauridae, Baryonychinae, Spinosaurinae, Carcharodontosauridae, possibly Pholidosauridae, and doubtfully Bahariasaurus) suggests that a land route connecting northeastern Brazil and North Africa existed at least until the Albian. Interestingly, most components of this mid-Cretaceous northern South American/North African assemblage are not shared with coeval southern South American faunas, which are themselves characterized by a number of distinct freshwater and terrestrial vertebrate taxa (e.g., chelid turtles, megaraptoran and unenlagiine theropods). These results suggest that, although mid-Cretaceous faunal interchange was probably possible between northern South America and North Africa, paleogeographic, paleoclimatic, and/or paleoenvironmental barriers may have hindered continental vertebrate dispersal between northern and southern South America during this time.

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