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Old 10-30-03, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help me figure out a good python to get

As of right now i have a jungle carpet and a BP, iam wanting to get a white-lipped python but i don't think iam ready for one of those

so could anyone give me some sugestions on a good snakes to get next
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Old 10-30-03, 07:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What are you looking for in a snake (ie- handleability, size, temperament, care...)? Does it have to be a python or are you open to boas as well, or even possibly colubrids?
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Don't over look the Anteresia!
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Old 10-30-03, 07:26 PM   #4 (permalink)
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What about a spotted or childrens python?
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Katt and Burmer are right! Antaresia all the way! They're the most amazing group in my opinion!

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rock or reticulated, wc adults

Heh just joking

How about an angoran, their care and temperment is similar to ball pythons they just cost way more.
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I'm afraid I have to jump on the Antaresia bandwagon as well. Childrens and Spotteds are incredible snakes to work with. Small size, generally good temperament, and wonderful to look at. Adult spotties can get an irridescence that you absolutely would not believe.
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Old 10-31-03, 05:20 PM   #8 (permalink)
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well the retic or the burm sounds nice but i live with my sister and my bro-in law they would freak if i got a snake that gets that big but some one give a little more info on the childrens pyton
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how about a blood? check out the blood python forum, i guarantee you'll fall in love
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