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    Quote Originally Posted by Malinois-72 View Post
    2 Coastal Carpet Pythons, male 5ft, female 8ft, 2 Black Headed Pythons, male 6ft & female 8ft, 1 2yo female Jungle Python & 1 male Spotted Python who is over 15 yo.
    Is a jungle python those giant ones who strangle people? That's the the I want I could do a dance like Britney did with the python...Actually that's probably too big lol.

    Wow fifteen years. I'm guessing each breed is different, but what's the average lifespan of a snake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    Is a jungle python those giant ones who strangle people? That's the the I want I could do a dance like Britney did with the python...Actually that's probably too big lol.

    Wow fifteen years. I'm guessing each breed is different, but what's the average lifespan of a snake?
    Maybe your thinking of an Anaconda or Reticulated Python, neither of which are native to Australia. The biggest we have is the Scrub Python which can grow to over 20ft! Carpets, Jungles & Scrub Pythons can live up to 80 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malinois-72 View Post
    Maybe your thinking of an Anaconda or Reticulated Python, neither of which are native to Australia. The biggest we have is the Scrub Python which can grow to over 20ft! Carpets, Jungles & Scrub Pythons can live up to 80 years.
    Yeah I know they're not native. I wouldn't really want one.

    WOW! May I ask...How do I say this politely...Um...What happens to them when you die?

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    Glad to hear you're still with us Mal!! You take care now ya hear!!

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    wow Mal you have some larger pythons there...

    Not a big fan of snakes but i will admire them through glass and at a distance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Netty View Post
    wow Mal you have some larger pythons there...

    Not a big fan of snakes but i will admire them through glass and at a distance.
    Exactly how I feel about horses. Congrats on your hundredth post btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    Yeah I know they're not native. I wouldn't really want one.

    WOW! May I ask...How do I say this politely...Um...What happens to them when you die?
    My little girl is already almost as keen as me, she"ll look after dads snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    Exactly how I feel about horses. Congrats on your hundredth post btw
    Oh ??? I have my own horse...

    Thank you
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    When a brown bit me (one fang, no invenomation) my dear friends asked me was the snake ok, sighhhhhhh, lol.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    LOL, DiDee, that's not very nice!!!!
    Mal, like everyone else has said...bluddy take care mate!!! I admire you for what you do....certainly not for the fainthearted or reckless. Thank doG you are OK.....
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