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I have the following for sale that I need to sell as soon as possible. I'm willing to do deals on multiples and I will also consider offers. No trades please. I am able to deliver within London, but can not deliver outside London. Couriers must be organised by buyers at their own expense.

African Rock Python - Male - CB10 - £50. Approx 8 foot. Hisses but never bitten. Excellent feeder as expected for a rock python.

False Water Cobras:

Adult and female proven pair - £250. Both about 6 foot. They have had two good clutches with me and produced both normal and hypomelanistic hatchlings. Female is normal, male is very pale and likely a hypomelanistic. Excellent feeders. Exact age not known but probably about five years old.

Late 2014 hatchlings - £75. Males and female available. Normals. Excellent feeders and growing well.

Late 2013 - £75. Male. Eats well. Normal.

Baron's Racer - Male - CB12 - £80. Feeds well. Approximately 4 foot. Old enough to pair up with a female. Very reluctant sale.

Boa constrictor imperator - Male - CB13 - Rehome. This snake was from a litter born in CB13 to a snake I still own. It was growing very well, but unfortunately regurgitated a few times about 6 months ago. As such I took it off sale at the time. There was no apparent reason fo rregurgitation and no other snakes were regurgitating. The snake quickly began eating well again and is currently on jumbo mice. It is a lovely looking snake with a clean pattern and very salmon pink underside. No money wanted as I would prefer this snake just goes to a good home. He is a bit defensive, but should calm down with more regular handling

Pictures to follow in next post.
 

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Some photos below:

Hatchling FWCs:







They have grown a fair bit since these photos were taken a couple of months back.

Yearling/ CB13 FWC:



Adult FWCs:



The male is the lighter one.

Female with keys next to her for a size comparison:



The male is harder to get photos off as he won't stay still for very long when out of his viv, so I haven't currently got any photos of him alone.

This is a photo of the two of them mating.



African Rock Python:



Boa:



I currently do not have any good photos of the Baron's Racer. Again, they are very flighty so difficult to photograph. I will try to get some photos tomorrow though.

Apologies for the size and quality of the photos.

If you require any further photos please let me know and I will get some more for you.

Thanks.
 

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Bump. Feeding tomorrow, so I will pop some more pictures up then.
 

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Bump. Rock Python and boa on hold until next Thursday.

Interest in the falsies, but nothing solid yet.
 

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Bump. Baby boas born yesterday that will be up for sale in about 8 weeks or so.
 

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Hi, could you PM me about the Barons, I can't seem to message you. Some pics would be nice! :2thumb:
 
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