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    Sub-Saharan question

    I was looking through CL and came across thissub saharan ball python female (Volta) http://newjersey.craigslist.org/for/3118731742.html.
    Is she worth adding to a collection, or are they just good for making bigger ball pythons. Does she even look like a sub-Saharan?
    Sorry if post is bad have to make it quick since I'm at work.
    Tom

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    WOW she is a beauty. Yes but then I own one myself so I am biased. Mine has been a breeder and she not 100% of the time but often has large children. I have a male mojo that is just tipping 5 feet and 1900 gm. She has a few daughters in the high 3000 gm area. I would suggest that if you are planning on breeding and have normals anyway that producing larger hold backs could possibly lead to larger clutches. She is beautiful either way so I would for sure.

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    Re: Sub-Saharan question

    Quote Originally Posted by 1nstinct View Post
    I was looking through CL and came across thissub saharan ball python female (Volta) http://newjersey.craigslist.org/for/3118731742.html.
    Is she worth adding to a collection, or are they just good for making bigger ball pythons. Does she even look like a sub-Saharan?
    Sorry if post is bad have to make it quick since I'm at work.
    ALL ball pythons are from the sub-sahara

    She does not look nearly as big as my giant, BUT she does look like a nice reduced pattern snake that would probably throw some killer babies.
    Jerry Robertson

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