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Rob, this would mean the world to me. Thanks. n/p


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Posted by BrianSmith on May 01, 2003 at 15:56:14:

In Reply to: Nobody ever posts anything about Indian pythons,.why not? posted by Rob Carmichael on May 01, 2003 at 07:17:48:

:Brian, I am in full agreement. I can still kick myself for passing on an opportunity to obtain 2.3 adult indian pythons a number of years ago. The problem is finding 100% pure indians. I believe that there are very few out there right now but if I come across any in my circle of herpetology folks, I will let you know right away.

::I love indian pythons and would love to see any pictures of anyone's indians if you have them. And even more importantly I would like to know who is breeding them. I need to acquire some indians and Bob doesn't breed them, so I have to look elsewhere. I am only interested in 100% pure indians. They have to be pure. This is the only large constrictor that I don't yet have in my "new and improved closed colony" and it wouldn't be complete without them. In the mean time I would really like to see some pictures of these fat little beauties, so share 'em if you got 'em.

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