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LAMO, I hope you're joking! np

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Posted by Tormato on May 12, 2003 at 22:39:49:

In Reply to: LAMO, I hope you're joking! np posted by UrgentMike on May 12, 2003 at 21:29:19:

Haa...well, sorta joking, sorta not. I'm aware of the bad rap GTPs have, but this one was about 2 years old, established feeder, and really really docile. Whats wrong with that? They are easy to keep in terms of husbandry and contrary to popular practice, Balls need humidity too. I watched my friends GTP for a week and it never bit either. Some people say GTPs are sometimes problem feeders, but Ball pythons have feeding problems as well. You roll the dice no matter what.
And whats wrong with a Ringed python? They are probably smaller than a Ball (not even heavy bodied) and really docile. They dont even have a bad feeding history. Something Im missing?

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