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Opinions on Best python to have as a pet :)
Just wondering on what everyones opinion is on what the best python is to keep as a pet
Your opinion only and not what anyone else thinks
An alive one.An eye for an eye will make us all blind.
yeah that would be good
I started with diamonds and have had various morelia and ant sp over the years. I found diamonds to be the most placid and predictable. They are by far my snake of choice.An eye for an eye will make us all blind.
honestly thats my favourite python to have.
i have a 5 y.o., and she is amazing
- 14-Jul-12, 10:15 PM #6
my first was a bredli which is still snappy but i love theyre colours. Hard choice though as my friend recently gave me his 11yr old diamond and its soooooooooooooo placid. Still gonna go with a hypo bredli for looks but my diamond is so easy to keep, temps low, easy feeds, doesent bite and nice colours.
1 for the womas here , there the best its that simple if you dont have a woma , get one ,there characters all round plus feeding a hungry excited woma that wiggles his tail and buzzes his head makes it all worth it much more fun for me than my coastal who just smashes it , but then again your not guaranteed to get this response my female just opens wide and eats
Hhhhhhhmmmm depends on what you want out of your pet and size you are happy with...
small python would have to say my Stimmies are awesome, placid as bubs through to adults. Our pygmy's are cool and something different but nowhere near as pretty to look at.
Mid range would have to say our woma's...and happily recommend these to first timers as first pythons to cut their teeth on. Pretty, especially in the rp range, small, placid, curious and easy to feed and look after. Can't really find a negative with these guys.
Larger guys would be a toss up between our olives and blackheads....both are just awesome. Olives are the most curious of gentle giants but keeping only axanthic and calico blackheads makes it a really hard decision between the two species.
- 14-Jul-12, 11:33 PM #12
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- 15-Jul-12, 01:42 AM #13
womas or rough scaled pythons.
Nice love bite there Joemal...HERPS - It's an obsession in the guise of a hobby
Home of: 17woma's
- 15-Jul-12, 03:18 AM #14
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@ joemal don't you love when your baby's give you kisses.It's a beautiful day, I think I'll skip my med's and stir things up a bit.
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