Woma Size?

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  1. GlenCoco

    GlenCoco Not so new Member

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    so my friend is interested in getting a woma and she came to me knowing im into snakes (not partically womas however but anyway) i remember there being a considerable size difference between localities with this specie but i cant find any info about it at all, usully site like snake ranch and other care sheets give you a single average or range. i recommended the woma being her first snake because they are so gentle but she doesnt want anything too big. can any of you guys help me out?
     
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    ssnakeboyy Active Member

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    SA woma pythons are the biggest capable of reaching up to around 2.5m. Wa woma pythons are the smallest to my knowledge and rarely get any larger than 1.3m. I started with tanami womas as they were most readily available. They reach an average of 1.5m. Also the locals differ in pattern and colour slightly.
     
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