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    Scrub Python

    Does any one know anything about captive scrub python s. I just these on python hunters very pretty snake... almost reminds me of the Burmese of the tree pythons an these they where catching in the wild where really docile but they where saying the are a snake that when they sexy your face will try to bite.
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    My husband wants one now too after swing that. I'm watching the episode as I type this.
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    Re: Scrub Python

    Quote Originally Posted by crepers86 View Post
    Does any one know anything about captive scrub python s. I just these on python hunters very pretty snake... almost reminds me of the Burmese of the tree pythons an these they where catching in the wild where really docile but they where saying the are a snake that when they sexy your face will try to bite.
    That should have been see not sexy...sorry
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    Re: Scrub Python

    Quote Originally Posted by TJOHNSON722 View Post
    My husband wants one now too after swing that. I'm watching the episode as I type this.
    It was soo pretty
    So hide yourself, hide hide yourself for now...
    But we caught you plotting murder
    And now the tide is turning
    We'll light our souls
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    Re: Scrub Python

    The only draw back to them is they can get fairly large. They are pretty though

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    But there length compared to there girth is nothing of a Burm or retic. It reminds me of a giant tree dwelling snake which the python hunters said they do like to climb so I would love to see what size cage they need
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    Re: Scrub Python

    They are similar to GTPs and they don't require as much space as you would think, but then again adults don't get too big. I'd be curious myself to know what they need for space

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    Re: Scrub Python

    I have a friend who owns a scrub, they are semi-arboreal and their faces are extremely beautiful....as far as length goes they can get pretty big atm his scrub is at 7 feet and still growing, ATM he is in a 75 tall, but I think he is going to build a custom enclosure for it.... However, heed this warning they can be grumpy and I promise you, you will not like their bite.. Id rather get bitten by a Green Tree Python over and over rather than being bitten by an scrub, especially a sub-adult or an adult scrub..I'm
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    I found a listing for 300.00. Only one! I think I am going to tell my husband no. I really dont want to be bitten. I have had no bites and I would like to keep it that way. lol
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