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RE: What causes slow growth (pics)

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Posted by: kachunga at Fri Apr 2 09:41:54 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kachunga ]  
   

I don't think its an automatic correlation between size and the keeper doing everything right. As was said before, slower growth allows not only you to get to know and enjoy your snake, but it also allows your snake to get to know you. Everyone know that retics are smart. I don't want a 15' animal with the brain of a 3 year old!
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