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Re: How big do GTPs get?


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Posted by ShySymon on February 26, 2003 at 20:02:08:

In Reply to: Re: How big do GTPs get? posted by Brandon Osborne on February 26, 2003 at 14:16:16:

Thanks for the follow up! I thought the different types varied a little... I just wanted to make sure. Thanks again!

~ShySymon

::What is the average length of an adult GTP? Does it vary by type (Biak, Aru, etc..)?

::~ShySymon

:Supposedly, it does vary by type, with biaks being the largest and arus being the smalles. I have a very large adult female that's about 6' long. I think this will be about as big as they will get. Most will average betweek 4.5-5'.

:Brandon Osborne





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