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Posted by UrgentMike on May 12, 2003 at 22:45:22:

In Reply to: LAMO, I hope you're joking! np posted by Tormato on May 12, 2003 at 22:39:49:

I wouldn't suggest a GTP for a beginner snake because first of all, they are NOT as easy as a corn, or a ball. Second, they are dramatically different in temperament and price than a corn or ball. The majority of arboreal snakes have bad attitudes and GTPs are not an exception. I also doubt that someone will be willing to shell out $350 for their first snake which is basically a display animal anyways. I don't know much about ringed pythons, but I have heard they are not easy to care for, rarely CB and they get fairly good-sized (6-8 feet). I'm not flaming you, just tryin to help.

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