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I second Wrightpython... womas are great. I have tried to not over handle mine (no, that's not intended as another penis joke), but it has never seemed stressed when handled. It loves the chance to get out of its enclosure and have a wander around the house.
- 29-Jul-12, 01:41 AM #17
I'd go a woma as well if you don't want something too big. I didn't handle mine as such, I just took him out and he just sat where ever I put him wether it be on the floor while I cleaned his enclosure or on my lap while I watched Tv. When he sold, I think it was cos he just sat in their hands and didn't move the whole time lol.What's the point of living if you spend your life avoiding death...
My youtube channel, mostly fish with a few snakes, but I'm working on it...
- 29-Jul-12, 08:05 AM #18
Join the Hawkesbury Herp Society and go to a meeting. Very very friendly and their people are local and extremely knowledgeable.Mac Herps Expo - 29th March 2009, Minto Indoor Sports completex. More info here: http://www.macherps.com/index.php?mo...=display&pid=5
We clearly differ in our judgment of what we consider serious. Perhaps I am not discerning enough but I prefer to give the OP the benefit of the doubt until demonstrated otherwise.
My comments do not emanate from any notion of being superior or through arrogance. I am as fallible as the next person. I do, however, have a strong desire to see people/posters treated with respect, as would occur if you were facing each other. Whether I am right or wrong about the thread is almost irrelevant. It is a case of simply following the site rules. The fact that a mod, not me, saw fit to remove your comment, should tell you something.
I would also make the point that this is a query that is common amongst beginning keepers and as such can be referred to for the useful information herein.
Having articulated my ratinale here I shall delete my previous comment.
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- 10-Aug-12, 07:35 AM #21
olive python, my dad had one and i held it heaps. size doesnt matter when your i guy like me (although im taller than my parents and my mum is 5 foot 7) he he he. but yes you can hold any snake with regular handling.
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