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went to my mates shop the other day, he had a fe blood python and they had the pattern of a pewter and colour of like a super pastel ball python. so anyway i got them out, all going fine then one just bit my arm, didn't hiss or strike it just clung on.
has this ever happened to anyone.
 

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Mine's only a baby but he's never hissed or struck.
They do, apparently, have a tendency to be nippy but I would presume if they are handled correctly from an early age they are fine.
 

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Whilst he was hanging on did you happen to take any photos!?!
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no i didnt, after me and my mate joked about it though at the time i was like get him the fu*k off me. it didnt hurt really it was more shock.
 

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went to my mates shop the other day, he had a fe blood python and they had the pattern of a pewter and colour of like a super pastel ball python. so anyway i got them out, all going fine then one just bit my arm, didn't hiss or strike it just clung on.
has this ever happened to anyone.
Yes - Bloods are known for having a certain amount of attitude. I rehabilitated a WC Blood at one time which bit me with great regularity - usually with a sort of sideway biting motion.

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note to self. pain lasts only a short while, glory lasts forever. so take pictures for brad and think about pain after. rofl.
 

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im gonna make a new thread for that 'bite pics'. see what we come up with
 
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