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Old 16-06-2009, 06:15 PM
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im looking to buy my first snake and im particularly interested in albino royal pythons/royal pythons. does anyone know what kind of price im looking at for one, anyone who sells them and what size viv i would need ?
ive read that they feel more comfortable in smaller spaces so i would need a small plastic tank at first ?
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a faunarium / rub would be good for the first year to be honest then you would be movign up to a 3 foot tank.

for albino royals your looking on £500-£600 for hatchlings and normals anywhere between £30 and £120 for a hatchling depending on whether they a cf/cb or from a private seller or a shop
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Old 16-06-2009, 06:34 PM
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you have the wrong section, this is the snake clasified section, you want the snake chat section.

buuuuut...

a baby royal (normal) will cost you sumwher between £35-£50, where as for a baby albino royal your probably looking at a price more around the £600 mark. have a look about on the snake clasified section and you should be able to find some normal hatchlings for sale, albinos are less common.

as far as a viv goes, a hatchling royal is more than happy in a 18l RUB (really useful box) all they need is a hide either side (warm and cool sides) and a water bowl. for substrate i just use paper towl, you can get better looking substrate but the easiest and cheapest is definatley something like kitchen roll.

if this will be your fist snake be warned, they can be very fussy feeders, a royal is not atall a good reptile for an impatient keeper, saying this, once you have them feeding/shedding and pooping on a regular basis, ther one of the nicest snakes to handle and thers no arguing ther a beautiful snake!

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Old 16-06-2009, 06:37 PM
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An 09 albino will cost about 500 - 600 pounds , you can keep them in rubs or vivs. Check out crystal palace reptiles Darren had some 09's for sale recently.
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