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    Default Meet Fred.... My Woma Python

    Got him today, he is a little over a year old. Male. Not sure on weight but he is about 3 or 3 1/2 feet long. Anyone here have experience with these guys? I know there are a few variations of them that come from different territories of Australia but I have no clue on which one Fred is from. Not much information that I could find on it. Any ways... What says yall? Also, he is in the middle of a shed... Great attitude though, until food was present.... He ate his mouse fine, but after the fact he was rearing back and lifting up so defensively when my hand was near. I know this has to do with the feeding and shed, it was just surprising after he was so docile before the feeding
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    Congrats on the new arrival! I am extremely jealous, always wanted one of these guys. He looks like he's smiling at the camera in the fourth picture.
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    Actually, he was getting ready to strike at the Camera. He had just eaten and was still in food mode. He is also shedding so his eyes are a little cloudy.

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    Very nice snake , you don't see much of them.

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    No, you really don't. I'm looking for a female for him. Its more a matter of funding then finding one at this point. They are all $300 plus, then I have to get another enclosure as well. Anyone feel free to check it the quick video I posted on youtube. Search my screen name, I only have 2 videos.

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    Woma pythons are for sure on my "to get" list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexd9 View Post
    Woma pythons are for sure on my "to get" list
    Hit me up in about 2 years lol. I just picked up a 23" female to go with the Fred. They will be named Wilma and Fred from the Flintstones lol

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