Popping can be very dangerous for a snake if not done properly. I would suggest having a reptile vet or an experienced herper that you trust do it.
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I didnt mention granite just because IF it looks like a granite doesnt mean its genetic. I have a VPI granite that will hopefully lay eggs this year and prove to be genetic, untill then she is just a big normal girl to me. A buddy of mine has a female spider that doesnt have a specle one on her but almost every clutch she lays is dirty granite look
[QUOTE=Seeker;1821883]I just bought this snake for 65 dollars. I was told that it was a female granite. I was also told that it weighed 2-300 grams, and eat of friday. Yeah NO! It doesn't have a bit in its belly, and only weighs 94 grams. I just want to make sure I got a granite. I can deal with the rest. Is it to young to find out what sex it is if you pop it?[/QUOTE]
if you ask this question, then get someone else to pop it. not knowing what you're doing can harm the snake by trying to pop it..