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Old 01-20-04, 11:44 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Darren179
I think im gonna get her a ball python because ive already got a 30 gallon completly set up for a bp that she can use im gonna make sure she gets a well started one though. and shes taken care of my snakes before well I was away so its not like she has no experience.
Not to sound like a bitch but...from what i've gathered out of you, i would seriously NOT recommend a BP as a starter snake for your friend.

Your friend knows that Ball Pythons don't come in blue right?
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Old 01-20-04, 08:20 PM   #17 (permalink)
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there are very few accual blue snakes out there, and the only one i can really think of off hand is a boomslang. (not at all a suggestion) blue is very rare in snakes and most u find are not suteable for starters. i would go with a good old corn snake, bp are nice but they can be tricky, it really depends on how deticated your freind is, most people just want a snake as a pet, they are not thinking of it as a big hobby. i started with a little bp from a pet-co and i still have him to this day with very minimal problems, its really a choise made by a person as to how much do they want/like snakes?
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one of the easiest to look after with alot of blue would be a blue gartersnake the blue is very vibrant stipesand it does not get large so it can be kept quite easily.
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yah I was looking it up for her thats what im thinking of O btw jason im gonna swing by drop off that rubbermaid sometime in the next couple O days
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