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Yes you can, as long as its legally obtained and on the basic animal list
jungle python and alot of experience with all sorts of other reptiles. i have also handled a green tree python. i've done research and also talked to alot of people that breed them. i wouldnt just buy something i know nothing about.
now i just need to be on a basic permit for awhile then can get my specialist permit.
Last edited by FAY; 25-Jun-12 at 05:23 PM.
- 25-Jun-12, 05:20 PM #18
URS had 7 or so GTPs available a while back, most were hatchies... For about 700. One yearling left last time I looked. For 1200.
I wouldn't mind a GTP one day too. But I'm going to wait a year or two and get some other Pythons first to build up some experience. Best way to go,
I recommend that those new to GTP's, without a lot of experience (like the O.P), get a very well established animal, preferably at least a yearling. Neonates and young juveniles are very delicate animals and are best kept by experienced keepers only imo.
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