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Calabars, uh oh?

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Posted by: Lovin2act at Mon Sep 13 17:25:59 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Lovin2act ]  
   

So I got talked into buying a Calabars Burrowing Python from LLL Reptile over the weekend at the Anaheim show. They told me they were easy to care for and that they ate really well. After reading up online today through many old forum posts and articles from past keepers...I see that I am probably screwed and should probably not have gotten it. Sucks!! Was a birthday present for my lady and she loves it! But I have been reading that they tend to not eat and die pretty quick. I never do this spur of the moment type purchase and the one time I do it bites me in the buttholio!!! I sure hope somehow I got one that will be the exception to the rule!

Anyone in here have any success with keeping one?



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