So I purchased a male burmese python in 2013 around July at a reptile expo. He was already a year old when I got him. All is good with him except for the fact that he doesn't seem to be growing all that much. From what I read online before I got him is that they're supposed to have a pretty rapid growth rate. I haven't measured him or anything because he's not so keen on being measured. As of right now he's only in a 20 gallon long with an under the tank heater and a UVB heating bulb keeping his cage a average of of about 85 to 90 degrees. I didn't see the point in investing in a nice enclosure for him because I didn't think he would be in this tank very long. I mist his cage close to 3 times a day to keep his enclosure an average of 80 to 85 percent humidity. I feed him about once or twice throughout the week with large mice or small rats. He has only refused maybe 2 meals and I chalked it up to the fact that he was in shed. Roughly I would say he's only like 2-4 feet. Somewhere in between those lines. I'm just a little concerned that possibly I'm not doing something correctly for my little guy. If any other information is needed about the enclosure and such ask away. Any information would be greatly appreciated!