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RE: who has monster hondos?

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Posted by: DMong at Tue Oct 15 21:26:24 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

Very glad you are enjoying the book, Aaron. Yes, wasn't that insanely HUGE tangerine L.t.hondurensis something!??? Absolutely THE BIGGEST triangulum I've ever seen or heard of....period!

I have a couple pretty big one's that are well over 5 feet, but nothing I would consider a solid bloodline of huge monsters by any means. I recall Rob Haneisen having some big anerys and possibly amels that were in the 6 foot range.

That monster tangerine was acquired as a juvenile from Louie Porras and Joe Baraducci's "The Shed" back in the late 70s. It was obviously fed very well on a diet of rats up to the mid-90s when that photo was taken. No doubt that snake also had some excellent genetic predispostion for attaining a great length as well.......wow!


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