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thanks alot with the info. Brandon


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Posted by aloreptiles on April 18, 2003 at 23:10:09:

In Reply to: Re: how many days should i wait before handling my baby GTP posted by Brandon Osborne on April 18, 2003 at 02:44:43:

::how many days should i wait before handling my baby GTP after feeding?

:I would have to say, handling babies is a bad idea. These tiny snakes are too delicate and can have serious irrepearable damage done to the spine. Usually this damage is unnoticed until the animal reaches adulthood. I have one 2 year old from my first clutch with a slight(and I do mean slight) kink in the tail. I never even handled them until they were a year old. If you are worried about keeping your chondro tame and accustomed to being handled, don't worry. They usually begin to calm down at about a year or so. Those that are flighty and defensive will usually remain so forever, no matter how much they are worked with. Good luck.

:Brandon Osborne





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