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Conversation Between caffers1982 and Shipoopi
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  1. Shipoopi
    03-09-2011 12:48 PM - permalink
    Shipoopi
    Not yet I'm getting twitchy waiting for him! I'll drop you a message when he turns up
  2. caffers1982
    02-09-2011 12:49 AM - permalink
    caffers1982
    has your mack turned up yet mate?
  3. Shipoopi
    25-08-2011 01:06 PM - permalink
    Shipoopi
    Thanks for your help! I can't wait until he gets here!
  4. caffers1982
    25-08-2011 12:33 PM - permalink
    caffers1982
    That's fine Jordan, I don't mind. I'm by no means an expert but they are pretty straighforward snakes to keep. I keep mine in fairly big enclosures for their size, 4x2x2 and provide them with plenty on climbing. They will use all the space u give them believe me!! Temps are between 85-75 on a gradient. Feeding at the moment every 2/3 weeks but I'm just about to embark on a different regime of feeding smaller items more often as they seem to have a faster metabolism. Humidity isn't measured but I ensure they are sprayed every other day...enough to steam the glass is fine. They are very food orientated so make sure u use feeding tongs!!! Other than that, enjoy him....they are awesome snakes and let me know if u need any more help.
    Helen
  5. Shipoopi
    24-08-2011 11:42 PM - permalink
    Shipoopi
    Hi there, I've just been asked to re-home a 3year old male Macklots Python and was told you were the one to go to for advice on housing/heating/care and stuff. I've only kept smaller snakes (kings, garters and hognoses) and am a bit nervy!

    Hope you don't mind!
    Cheers, Jordan


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