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    I got my babies measured today and was rather suprised. These are 2 months old according the they man I bought them from.

    The larger baby was 24 inches long, and about as round as a 50 cent piece. This one is pretty big for it's age, and grows like mad.

    The smaller baby is 19-20 inches long. And about around as a persons thumb. Well, mine at least. Just an average sized baby.

    I'm pretty suprised by the larger female. I'd guess she was about 17 inches when I got her. Which wasn't too long ago. She has filled out greatly. She has lost her appearance of being a baby. She proportioned like an adult. If you look at a baby they are long and slender, with thin necks. Adults have thick bodies, and are proportioned different.

    So there are their stats.

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    That sounds good!
    My little girl was 22 inch at an age of 2 months. It's cool so see them grow like that!
    Do you know their weight?
    1.1 Python regius (Monty Python & Cheetah)
    1.1 Gerrhosaurus major (Falkor & Gizmo)
    0.0.2 Cordylus tropidosternum (Rocco & Senna)
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    I noticed that my large female and Cheetah are so alike. Both are high yellow norms, both grow fast, both have striping along the back, and both are heavy girthed. Weird huh?

    No idea on weight, sorry.

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    One thing is for sure: They are definately not related :wink:
    1.1 Python regius (Monty Python & Cheetah)
    1.1 Gerrhosaurus major (Falkor & Gizmo)
    0.0.2 Cordylus tropidosternum (Rocco & Senna)
    expected September 3rd, 2004


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