Its been awhile since I asked for advice in feeding Dubious. I was offered good advice then. Here is a link to that post if you want to know the history.http://www.herpcenter.com/showthread.php?t=632 Dubious has grown to about 7 ft. now. I have been feeding him bi-weekly 2 large rats, and occasionaly a few gerbils or an extra rat between feedings. I am suspecting that I need to increase the volume of food due to the changes in his temperment. He is super-nippy. The past few times I've taken him out to bring him to the room for him to eat, I've had to dodge strikes to my face! The last time, he struck at me a week ago, was when I was trying to get his whole body off of me into the shower where I feed him. As soon as he let go he turned around and stuck at my face. Lucky for me, my boyfriend grabbed me by the waist and pulled me backwards and closed the door. I got a good view of the inners of his mouth. They are incredible. I have decided to wear a paintball mask this time I feed him. I do not want to get bit in the face. If I cant figure out how to handle him I will have to consider finding him a new home. I would feed him something larger, such as chickens, but they are not available where I live. Does any one have advice? What am I doing wrong. I've decided to feed him weekly so that I can eventually handle him for reasons other than feeding, but it just seems like he is always hungry. Advice anyone?