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Size / temperment of Pine, bull , gopher

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Posted by vixen on April 23, 2003 at 01:38:29:

In Reply to: Size / temperment of Pine, bull , gopher posted by walkerman on April 16, 2003 at 18:57:03:

Having spent last summer surrounded by kids in an interactive pet shop I found that Sonoran Gophers did well with the kids. With the exception of one snake, who didn't care of you were man, woman or child; its goal was to bite. I have to agree that they do have personalities. One thing I insisted on from the children was slow movement while interacting with the snakes. Never had one incident all summer. Thats my .02 Good Luck

:I am new to these snakes. I raised some red tailed boas in the past and loved them. I was thinking of getting a smaller snake now. One that is impressive in size, yet not as bulky as the boa. I would also like to use the snake in presentations with children. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.

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