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My Adult Dwarf Reticulated Python

Discussion in 'Reticulated Pythons' started by boaterr, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. boaterr

    boaterr Well-Known Member

    Hello, this is my first post. I am large snake keeper with a lot of beautiful animals to share.

    First is my 6 year old Male Jampea Dwarf Reticulated Python.
    He is around 13-14 feet and strong as an ox.

    Eating a 8 pound Rooster
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  2. murrindindi

    murrindindi Elite Member

    When we see the size of this snake which is a "dwarf" species, it gives some idea what length it`s "big brother" gets to!
     
  3. josh94

    josh94 Well-Known Member

    haha I love retics , i wish i had the space/knowledge/money to keep one myself :p
     
  4. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    Retics are beautiful snakes, (love the orange eyes) When they successfully breed one that stays a little smaller than you "dwarf" I might consider. I don't have the resources right now for a monster (I will eventually, I keep telling myself)
     
  5. TamJam

    TamJam Elite Member

    Hi there!!! Know you from another site, I think....!!

    I am new here too.

    I adore retics. Yours is awesome!
     
  6. josh112990

    josh112990 Well-Known Member

    he is a beautiful snake i have a standard retic she is only about 10 feet now but i would love to see your other animals please post pics or send me a message of what you have sorry if it seems that i am being nosey just love seeing other people's herps
     
  7. boaterr

    boaterr Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the comments everyone. I have a few other animals I will post soon.
     
  8. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    My kids loved the shot of the rooster. lol They have seen my snakes feed, but rabbits have been the extent of "larger" prey. Thanks for sharing.
     
  9. David McConley

    David McConley Elite Member

    Beautiful!!!!! I just love seeing great looking large constrictors! Even the "dwarf" ones.
     
  10. boaterr

    boaterr Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the comments everyone. I think dwarf is really just a marketing pitch because a 14-15 foot snake is not small especially when you take into consideration that even female normal mainland retics usually never get over 18-19 feet.
     

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