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Posted by beardo502 on April 28, 2003 at 22:55:02:

In Reply to: size matters posted by Tatoe on April 28, 2003 at 15:51:44:

You need to re-evaluate your motives on asking this question. First off, do you REALLY want a giant snake that will require SIGNIFIGANT amounts of room, food, and maintenance.....not to mention they live for 30+ years usually. This is a MAJOR step for a beginning herper and should not be taken lightly, bt unfortunately is. That is why we have sooo many giant snakes like burms and retics end up either dead from lack of quality care, or abandoned because the keeper didn't think ahead and realize the great responsibility behind owning a large snake. I would suggest you do LOTS of research and maybe start out smaller, then work your way up after you get some experience under your belt.



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