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my Olive python is possibly up for sale due to a change in direction.

This sale is not definate and he will only go to experianced keepers or a breeding home.

This lad needs a lady friend as he is wasted here with me!

HE IS NOT TAME SO NO TIME WASTERS PLEASE! not suitable as a beginner snake and i would prefare him to go to a breeding home as there are not enough of these stunning snakes around.

hes aprox 9ft and around 6 years old, he will bite given the oppertunity.

i am open to sensible offers on this lad and may consider swaps (no common species please and only royal morphs will be considered)


This stunning snake will only be sold to the right home.

 

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Liasis is a genus of non-venomous pythons found in Indonesia, New Guinea and Australia. Currently, 3 extant species are recognized[2] and one fossil species L. dubudingala [3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liasis#cite_note-2

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liasis#cite_note-2
Found in the Indonesia in the Lesser Sunda Islands, east through New Guinea and in northern and western Australia.[1]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liasis#cite_note-McD99-0
Species[2] Taxon author[2] Subsp.*[2] Common name Geographic range[1] L. fuscus Peters, 1873 0 Brown water python Australia (Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland), the Sir Charles Hardy Islands, Cornwallis Island in the Torres Strait and Papua New Guinea (lower Fly River region).
 

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How much you looking for him I sold.my female.a year or so ago biggest mistake I have ever made
 

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Liasis is a genus of non-venomous pythons found in Indonesia, New Guinea and Australia. Currently, 3 extant species are recognized[2] and one fossil species L. dubudingala [3]




Found in the Indonesia in the Lesser Sunda Islands, east through New Guinea and in northern and western Australia.[1]


Species[2] Taxon author[2] Subsp.*[2] Common name Geographic range[1] L. fuscus Peters, 1873 0 Brown water python Australia (Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland), the Sir Charles Hardy Islands, Cornwallis Island in the Torres Strait and Papua New Guinea (lower Fly River region).
im not sure what you are getting at here?? im saying he is a liasis (olivaceus) not an apadora papuana as in a papuan olive. i dont want people thinking hes the latter.

How much you looking for him I sold.my female.a year or so ago biggest mistake I have ever made
ive PMd you!
 

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Olive

Beautiful snake mate , I got a pair of these myself and would not part with them , would like to take him of your hands how much you looking at
 
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