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Old 21-06-2007, 03:51 PM
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hi does any one have childrens pythons i had a stray one at work and just wanted to know a bit more about them read stuff in books but wanted more first hand info pics aswell if u got them thanks
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Well they are a small species of python, grow up to about 3 feet. They are native to northwestern australia. I single adult can be housed in a 36x12x12 inch enclosure. The tempurature of the enclosure should be between 75 and 85F.

Here is one of mine:
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It`s a bad picture but this is my female Childreni.
I love them! This tiny python got (of course) pits around its mouth.
yeah, they are python actually. Tiny python
(But you can keep them like Colubrids.)

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nice childrens pythons O and argieboa
i used to keep the spotted pythons..great snakes
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nice snakes
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So how big a viv would you need for a breeding pair?
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