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Old 02-15-18, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What can you tell me about them? I know basics, but I'd love to hear personal experience.

My local store has a baby childrens Python that is adorable and tiny and oh so angry haha. He tagged the worker holding him a few times and went after a girl walking by. Something kind of endearing about a tiny snake acting all tough. They did mention that feeding day was the next day. I'll probably stop by this weekend and see how he is on a full stomach.
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Never have an issue with my childrens...never cage defensive and had never struck while holding. I guess I must've gotten lucky with the one I have!
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I honestly could see this guy is a little stressed with being in an open tank. Also the employee told me he's not always like that.
What size enclosure do you put yours in?
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I got to hold the little guy yesterday and he was pretty chill and not defensive. And oh so cute. He did better than the first time I held my house snake. Not even nervous, just checking everything out.
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