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    How Much Does Your snake Weigh?

    I've looked around and found a few things, mostly people asking about buying a snake or asking about weights for food or baby Ball Pythons. But that doesn't exactly get at what I want to know. I really want to know how much do your 3.5ftish long BPs weigh, but I thought I would open it up further for anybody else who was interested.


    So here is mine.

    Normal Female...........~42"..........~1200g..........1yr-1.25yrs old

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    I don't have lengths or exact weights, but:

    Shayla (2500+ g at 2 and a half years)
    Bobba (1000+g at 2 an a half)
    Weedle (400+ grams. He was a late 2011)
    Satyana (1200+ g at two and a half)

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    0.1 Dog (Truffles)
    0.1 Naked Cat (Mercedes)
    1.0 Hamster (Pumpkin)
    1.1 Bumblebees (Satyana & Weedle)
    0.3 Normals (Shayla, Rita and Althea)
    0.1 100% Het Pied Ringer (Avalon)
    1.0 Pied (Monsieur Piederoff)
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    0.0.2 P.Irminia
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    0.0.1 N.Coloratovillosus
    ?.?.? ASFs

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    Hah, WHICH my snake?

    But my 2011s are:

    Fred (albino): 400 grams
    Authur (lavender albino): 500 grams
    poss het lav sibling female: 500 grams

    and my 2010 females are:

    Noodle (super mojo, hardly ate all winter): 600 grams
    Martha (Kobylka-line pied): 900 trams
    Vuvuzela(CH ghost): 1000 grams
    Maureen(enchi): 1200 grams

    I'll probably breed Maureen this winter. Jury's still out on the ghost and the pied.
    -Jackie Monk

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    625g - 32" - just less than 1yr old.

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    I never measure mine...its very difficult! Not sure on exact weights since I don't have mine in front of me.. but my biggest is about 4 years old and 2000g. Then I have 4 that are about 1300 and a few more in the 300-700 range.
    I just go by weight and age. Not many people measure their lengths.

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    from 4000 grams down to 65 grams
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    771 grams, at approx 38 in. He is 13 months old

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    My BP is exactly 3'5" (she sheds in one piece so I just measured her skin) and she is about 780 grams.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Oh and she's about 7 months old. Not 100% sure though, I didn't produce her.
    1.0 Enchi ball python
    1.0 Super Pastel 100% het pied (Richard)
    0.1 Pastel 100% het pied (Keira)
    0.1 Butter 50% het Ghost Ball Python (Penny)
    0.1 100% het Ghost
    0.1 Normal Ball Python (Irwin)
    0.1 Mojave Ball Python (Eve)
    0.1 Black Bee Ball Python (Charolette)
    0.1 Pintripe (Olivia)
    1.0 Evans hypo hognose
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    0.1 Dumeril's Boa (Peaches)
    1.0 Bearded Dragon (Dude)

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    My big male is 3ft 1300g at 3years old.
    Ny hatchling is almost 3 months old about 19 inches long and 120g.

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    My Collection
    1.0 Mojave (Twizzler)
    0.1 Dumerils (Cerin)
    1.0 Hypo BCI (Vero)
    1.1 Dogs (Krackers & Ripley)
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    0.0.1 P. murinus
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    0.0.1 L. difficilis

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    The largest is a 1500+g het. Albino.
    The fastest growing is a 970g 8 month Mojave female.
    The smallest I have is a 250g Pastel Het. Clown born in February.

    I don't have lengths.

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